People don't understand How difficult porting imagej tp android. It's been talked about by many people and it's very elaborate due to the java implementation image j uses. Good work by one person, commendable
Offers a very very limited set of operations. I am puzzled by this ap. As Java is native to Android and ImajeJ is written in Java it would seem that it would have been no more difficult to port the whole app than write a special UI.
Helping me a lot... Thanks for giving it as free.....It is a very useful app. I am using this for my research work and it gives good results.....again a lot of thanks to Dr. Ross Maciejewski and Michael Steptoe.....good job friends
Great App I used it to plot the changes of emittion intensity of various fluorescent samples and refered the app in my paper. TQ
If only it worked... It's extremely slow - selecting a picture alone took a couple of minutes on an otherwise fast tablet. It always freezes and crashes before I can even get to the measuring screen. Nice attempt, but it honestly is not functional at all for me (for the record, I'm on a Note 10.1 2014).
Very basic implementation Extremely limited capability. A fully fledged android implementation of ImageJ would great. This isn't it. yet..............
This is the second version available on the Google marketplace. Some minor big fixes were completed.
Your feedback and suggestions are welcomed.