It is an open source image processing Java program designed for scientific multidimensional images. This open platform for scientific image analysis is used in life sciences.
Image J has been transformed to ImageJ2 application.
This new application improves ImageJ data engine to be sufficient to analyze modern datasets and makes the addition of new functionality possible and provides a framework for interoperability between a plethora of external image visualization and analysis programs.
ImageJ2 strengthens ImageJ’s utility by: 1) generalizing the ImageJ data model; 2) introducing a robust architecture instrumental in building bridges across a range of other image processing tools; 3) remaining open source and cross-platform with permissive licensing, enabling continued widespread adoption and extension; 4) building on the huge collection of existing ImageJ plugins while enabling the creation of new plugins with more powerful features; and 5) leveraging a correspondingly large and diverse community to foster a collaborative and interdisciplinary project that facilitates the collective advancement of science.
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