Spheroid RGB Statistic Plugin for ImageJ
This Plugin is developed for ImageJ or Fiji.
RGB image of double or triple stained confocal image of an cancer spheroid.
Spheroid RGB will take selected Regions of Interest and selected Color Channels to run over each ROI the following statistics:
- counted cells marked with dots
- All regions of interest (ROI) from ROI Manager
- Table (optional):
- number of cells of of selected channel and selected ROI
- threshold mean intensity of selected channel and selected ROI
- mean intensity of the peaks which representing the nuclei
- area of selected channel and selected ROI (number of pixels within threshold)
- total area measurement of the ROI with calibration from source image
- integrated density of selected channel and selected ROI (mean * area)
- ratio values between channels (count, peak mean, mean, area)
- ratio mean of each pixel value: mean of the ratio per pixel
Example output "Count an Mean" with the red and blue channel selected (major channel blue):
|Image||ROI||count (blue)||peaks mean (blue)||mean (blue)||area (blue)||integrated density (blue)||count (red)||peaks mean (red)||mean (red)||area (red)||integrated density (red)||total area (pixel)||total area (mm)||count ratio||peaks mean ratio||mean ratio||area fraction||ratio mean|
- Multi Plot:
- plot the average intensity of multiple profiles through the centroid of the spheroid (selected area)
- maximum coordinates of average plot
- bounds related to the gradient of the plot
- area under the plotted channel to major channel bounds
Example output "Multi Plot" with the red and blue channel selected (major channel blue):
|Plot||red max x||red max y||red bounds x||red bounds y||blue max x||blue max y||blue bounds x||blue bounds y||red area (blue bounds)||blue area (blue bounds)|
Started from template minimal Maven project implementing an ImageJ 1.x plugin.
Cell counting based on the algorithm from the ITCN Plugin, which is looking for local intensity peaks in 8-bit images. Center for Bio-Image Informatics, University of California
Spheroid RGB was developed for the Auckland Cancer Society Research Center.