Batch Processing

ImageJ can run a plugin on many images in a single batch process.

Batch processing involves opening every image in a folder, running a set of scripted commands (a macro) on the image and then closing the image.

If the commands produce analysis output (tables or log messages) this is captured as normal. If the image is altered then it is possible to save the image to an output directory. This allows rapid processing of large numbers of images using configurable analysis tools.

Full details and examples of the batch functionality can be found in the ImageJ Batch Processing Guide.

For further details on GDSC ImageJ plugins please contact Alex Herbert.