38 thoughts on “ImageJ Analysis: Length Measurement, Area Measurement and Thresholding

  1. thanks for the team who made this video in a fruitful way. come up with many more useful videos for the research community. All the best for SMS team.

  2. Hi, Great tutorial video ! I have a question, when I clicked the particle size analyzer, a small window popped up and showed a table of area, minimum, maximum, and mean. Do you know what is minimum, maximum, and mean stands for the particle with an abstract shape (its shape is sometimes like rod and sometime like oval) ? (i'm working with micro fibril cellulose/ MFC particle). Im not sure that minimum and maximum stand for width and length, because the value is much larger than area. I hope someone answer my questions. Thank you so much !

  3. Nice tutorial….may I get your email or fb ID please….I need a lot of assistance immediately as even I am trying to use this software for now research and are having doubts..please help!

  4. wow sir …..very easy to use ImajeJ after your tutorial…….one question sir can we get the composition of composite materials (eg: Nickel Ferrite and carbon) from ImageJ?

  5. Hi professor. Great video! I will appreciate so much if you can clarify my doubt, it is about the result of the mean value obtained by the thresholding method. The summarized results showed 2851.485nm^2 +/- 1217nm^2. So, is it possible to say that the grain size of your sample is: 2851.485^0.5 +1217^0.5 = 53.40 nm +/- 34.89 nm ?? Thanks for your time

  6. Thank you so much from Buenos Aires, Argentina. My students and I were watching your video. The cadence of your voice is perfect for people who is not a native English speakers. Keep doing videos for research community.

  7. thanks for all of your videos, very good explanation, slow but you have explained all the details ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. I don't know whz but when I do that It comes out a table in Feret, FeretX, FeretY,FeretAngle,MinFeret…what is that?

  9. Thank you for the video. I am using Image J for analysing my bubbles (from Foam). Since the bubbles are see through, I need to use the manual method for selecting the bubbles. However , this is taking a lot of time and some cases it considers one big bubble as two and calculates the area. What is the solution for this? Though I set the scale initially to cm, it displays results in area percentage. In this case what would be the unit of my results? Please help.

  10. thx for the informative vid. although there were times where i had to rerun with your accent a bit thick at times. perhaps add subtitles for future vids?

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