ImageJ is public domain software for processing and analyzing scientific images.
It is written in Java, which allows it to run on many different platforms.
For further information, see:
- The ImageJ website, the primary home of this project.
- The ImageJ wiki, a community-built knowledge base covering ImageJ and its derivatives and flavors, including ImageJ2, Fiji, and others.
- The ImageJ mailing list and Image.sc Forum for community support.
- The Contributing page of the ImageJ wiki for details on how to contribute.
Using ImageJ as a dependency
To use ImageJ as a library in your Maven project, add the dependency:
<dependency> <groupId>net.imagej</groupId> <artifactId>ij</artifactId> <version>1.53j</version> </dependency>
1.53j is the version of ImageJ you would like to use:
- Versions up to 1.48q are in the SciJava Maven repository.
- Versions starting with 1.48r are on Maven Central.
- Be aware that versions prior to 1.53k may not identically match the corresponding release tags here in this repository.
Building from source
The Apache Ant utility will compile and run ImageJ using the
build.xml file in this directory. There is a version of Ant at
set up to use the JVM distributed with the Windows version of ImageJ. The README included in the ZIP archive has more information.
You can compile and run ImageJ using the Maven build tool:
||Compile and package ImageJ into a JAR file in the
||Compile and then run ImageJ.|
||Generate the project Javadoc in the