[MORPHMET] Re: Using ImageJ for digitizing on Mac OS X

2015-06-15 Thread Emma Sherratt
Dear Edouard,

You can find a comprehensive guide by David Polly 
here: http://www.indiana.edu/~g562/Handouts/Collecting%20Landmarks.pdf

And a few tips on digitizing 2D data can be found 
here: 
http://www.emmasherratt.com/morphometrics/-goal-gathering-two-dimensional-landmark-coordinates-to-describe-the-shape-of-my-favourite-structure

Best,

Emma

On Tuesday, 16 June 2015 03:26:05 UTC+10, Edouard Masson-MacLean wrote:

 Hello,

 Is there a guide for the complete beginner on how to use ImageJ instead of 
 tpsdig, especially on how to set the scale before digitizing?

 Many thanks

 Edouard


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Re: [MORPHMET] Re: Using ImageJ for digitizing on Mac OS X

2015-06-15 Thread Edouard Masson-MacLean
Dear Emma

Many thanks for your help that’s very useful

Best

Edouard

Le 15 juin 2015 à 22:56, Emma Sherratt emma.sherr...@gmail.com a écrit :

Dear Edouard,

You can find a comprehensive guide by David Polly here: 
http://www.indiana.edu/~g562/Handouts/Collecting%20Landmarks.pdf

And a few tips on digitizing 2D data can be found here: 
http://www.emmasherratt.com/morphometrics/-goal-gathering-two-dimensional-landmark-coordinates-to-describe-the-shape-of-my-favourite-structure

Best,

Emma

On Tuesday, 16 June 2015 03:26:05 UTC+10, Edouard Masson-MacLean wrote:
Hello,

Is there a guide for the complete beginner on how to use ImageJ instead of 
tpsdig, especially on how to set the scale before digitizing?

Many thanks

Edouard


-
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PhD Candidate
Room 119
Department of Archaeology
School of Geosciences
University of Aberdeen
St. Mary's, Elphinstone Road
Aberdeen, AB24 3UF
Scotland, UK

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Re: [MORPHMET] Re: Using ImageJ for digitizing on Mac OS X

2015-06-15 Thread Mauro Cavalcanti
Dear Emma,

Thanks, very helpful indeed.

Best regards,

2015-06-15 18:56 GMT-03:00 Emma Sherratt emma.sherr...@gmail.com:

 Dear Edouard,

 You can find a comprehensive guide by David Polly here:
 http://www.indiana.edu/~g562/Handouts/Collecting%20Landmarks.pdf

 And a few tips on digitizing 2D data can be found here:
 http://www.emmasherratt.com/morphometrics/-goal-gathering-two-dimensional-landmark-coordinates-to-describe-the-shape-of-my-favourite-structure

 Best,

 Emma

 On Tuesday, 16 June 2015 03:26:05 UTC+10, Edouard Masson-MacLean wrote:

 Hello,

 Is there a guide for the complete beginner on how to use ImageJ instead
 of tpsdig, especially on how to set the scale before digitizing?

 Many thanks

 Edouard


 -
 Edouard Masson-MacLean
 PhD Candidate
 Room 119
 Department of Archaeology
 School of Geosciences
 University of Aberdeen
 St. Mary's, Elphinstone Road
 Aberdeen, AB24 3UF
 Scotland, UK

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