By request I am starting a new thread.
I’m attempting to analyze bone using the Trabecular Spacing analysis in BoneJ.
It is a singular triangular bone with a single marrow cavity (like a standard limb bone, but smaller and triangular).
The bone shown in the pictures below is filled with trabecular spaces. These are not evident in the pictures here, which are only to demonstrate the marrow cavity.
I would like to use the Scale function to limit the space size to exclude the marrow cavity (shown below).
I was unable to use the Image>Scale parameters to further constrain my data. The error is that an 8-bit binary image is required. My stack is 8-bit so I’m not sure what is going wrong.
Using the Image>Scale constraint to limit the space would be exceedingly useful for me not just because of processing time. I’ve included two pictures of the bone I am scanning - I would like to exclude the marrow cavity. The marrow cavity is open to the space surrounding the bone in the stack so I need to make sure that that isn’t being included as Tb. Sp. By my calculations capping the max Tb. Sp. at about .5 mm would be adequate to exclude the surrounding space and the marrow cavity, but I’m not sure how to circumvent the 8-bit image notice that I’m getting.
Can you advise?
Thanks in advance and for the advice in the prior thread