ImageJ* Nikon Elements PMOD Photoshop CS5 Ex. Basic Image Processing

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Nov 5, 2013 (3 years and 10 months ago)

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ImageJ*

Nikon Elements

PMOD

Photoshop

CS
5

Ex.

Basic Image Processing





LUT adjustments

Brightness, contrast, pseudo
-
coloring

Yes-arbitrary
Yes-linear and gamma
only

Yes- linear and gamma
only

Yes-arbitrary
Convolution-based filtering

Smoothing, sharpening, edge detection, etc.

Yes Yes Yes Yes
Frequency-based filtering
FFT, inverse FFT
Yes Yes Yes No
Simple
Threshholding

Yes

Yes
-
advanced

Yes

Yes

Binary Processing
Erode, Dilate, Open, Close etc.
Yes Yes Yes No
Morphometry (Binary shape analysis) Yes Yes No No
Isocontour segmentation

Yes

No

Yes

No

Rotate, crop, resize Yes Yes Yes – also in 3D Yes
Stack support Yes Yes-advanced Yes Yes-limited
ROI (region of interest) support

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes


Advanced Image Processing
Insight Tool Kit (ITK) filters

No

No

Yes

No

VOI (volume of interest) support No Limited Yes No
Macro extensible Yes – and open source Not really No Sort of (scripts)
Object
-
counting

/ classification

Yes

Yes

No

No

Co
-
localization
analysis

Yes

Yes

(no curve fitting)

No

No

Arbitrary Plane Re-slicing Yes No Yes No
3D Segmentation No Yes Yes No





Rendering
Multi
-
channel display

Practically, up to 3 ch

Yes

Up to 2

No (but layers
available)
Volume Rendering

MIP, mIP, Surfaces
Yes

Yes


Advanced with
perspective
MIP, mIP

only

No

Movie compilation Basic (XYT) Advanced (XYZT)
arbitrary views
Good (XYZT) –
viewpoints limited
No
Multi-channel blend/merge/overlay Basic Yes – advanced Yes – advanced Blend & overlay





Drawing
Basic Markup

Limited

Limited

No

Advanced
-

Extensive

Advanced Drawing

No

No

No

Advanced
-

Extensive

Advanced Text Editing No No No Advanced - Extensive
* ImageJ is an open source Java application that can be extend to almost any image processing task - if you know how to program. The capabilities listed here
refer to the ‘standard’ ImageJ install and plugins currently (2010) available on the ImageJ website.