Posts Tagged ‘ image processing ’

leaf area measuring — R package “EBImage”

July 9, 2012
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leaf area measuring — R package “EBImage”

Besides microscopic images in our routine, common photos are frequently taken to measure quantitative plant features, such as leaf area, root length, branch numbers, etc. Scientific software is available for manual processing. For example, to measure the root length, one need to use the … Continue reading →

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automated cell phenotyping — R package “EBImage”

July 5, 2012
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automated cell phenotyping — R package “EBImage”

Counting cells under microscope is always laborious and null. Those in the art would be relieved with assistance of a powerful image processing package, EBImage. Images are treated as “Image” objects, essentially multi-dimensional arrays. The class “Image” contains spatial information, pixel … Continue reading →

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