- I studied Image processing as part of my undergrad education in electrical engineering a while ago
- I’d like to pick up image processing again after a hiatus of many years – primarily for fun and intellectual curiosity
My question is should I start with Fiji or ImageJ – here are some considerations:
a. I want to understand the underlying architecture of ImageJ
b. I want code simple Image processing algorithms in Java
c. I want to understand how the build and packaging system works
Based on reading the docs I’m leaning towards starting with ImageJ but some of my friends who are users of Fiji say I should just stick with Fiji.
I thought I’d post this question here to get your thoughts.