Baker, Stokes S. , Hazelwood, Donna , Brown, Beverly J. .
Using ImageJ in Teaching and Research.
ImageJ is powerful image analysis software distributed free by the National Institutes of Health. Because of the availability of inexpensive digital cameras, ImageJ has many applications for both teaching and research. Participants will learn how to make quantitative measurements. Additionally, instructions on how to make and analyze time-laps video using readily available cameras will be taught. Examples of how ImageJ has been used in undergraduate instructions will be presented. Participants are required to bring their own laptop computers. Software will be distributed at the session.
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1 - University of Detroit Mercy, Biology Department, P.O. Box 19900, Detroit, Michigan, 48219, USA
2 - Dakota State University, College of Arts and Sciences, Science Center, Madison, South Dakota, 57042, USA
3 - Nazareth College of Rochester, Biology Department, 4245 east Avenue, Rochester, New York, 14618, USA
Presentation Type: Activities:Workshops
Location: 554B/Convention Center
Date: Sunday, August 1st, 2010
Time: 8:00 AM