Below are a collection of useful image processing programs, forums, and manuals
Fiji is an image processing package — a "batteries-included" distribution of ImageJ, bundling many plugins which facilitate scientific image analysis.
NIS-Elements Viewer is a free standalone program to view image files and datasets. This version is mainly for viewing and converting images, and has very little functionality compared to the full version of the Elements software.
CellProfiler is free, open-source software for quantitative analysis of biological images. No prior experience in programming or computer vision is required.
This forum’s focus is software-oriented aspects of scientific imaging, particularly (but not limited to) image analysis, processing, acquisition, storage, and management of digital scientific images. The primary objective is to foster independent learning for everyone in the community.
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Database of literature-sourced refractive indices of common materials.
Textbook from the Bioimage Data Analysis Course at EMBL-CMCI. Download and extract .zip file for sample code and .pdf of textbook. Kota Miura. (2015). Macro Programming in ImageJ version 2.1.0. Zenodo. 10.5281/zenodo.30256