|22 June 2001 (Version 1.0.1 Beta)|
|27 July 2001 (Version 1.1 Beta) - Added on line help|
|6 August 2001 (Version 1.1.1 Beta) -
Fixed bug that allowed false measurements to be
taken if the control-key and the mouse were pressed in the wrong
|10 August 2001 (Version 1.1.2 Beta) -
The data is acquired using the Shift key and the mouse instead
of the Control key. This change was needed because on Macs
the control key pops up a menu that covers the section to be
Fixed bug that makes the plugin crash if the ImageJ preference
file does not exist.
|13 September 2001 (Version 1.1.3) -
The plugin now computes the radius instead of the diameter of the
sections in accord with the swc format.
|9 February 2002 (Version 1.1.4) -
The lines that identify the measured sections of the neuron are
drawn correctly at all magnifications.
|12 July 2002 (Version 1.1.5) -
The length of the data table has been increased to 10000 lines.
|25 May 2007 (Version 1.1.6) -
When a line is deleted all the nodes are re-numbered in
sequential order. This eliminates a conflict with cvapp.
||Download Neuron_Morpho.zip to
the plugins folder, unzip it and restart ImageJ. The plugin
requires either Java 2 or JDK 1.1 plus the swingall.jar
jar file. If you use a Mac pre-OS X read this this page.
The Neuron_Morpho plugin allows the user to measure the
coordinates and the diameter of a section of a neuron together
with other information that can be used to reconstruct the neuron
morphology. I welcome any feedback on
bugs, functionality, etc.
I no longer support this plugin. See "Other tools" below.
A full set of instructions is available in
PDF format or in
HTML format. A zipped archive of
the documentation is included in the Neuron_Morpho.zip file, but
you can also download it separately by clicking
here. If you would like to
reproduce the example used in the documentation, you can download
the stack of images and data files by clicking
I no longer actively support this plugin. You may want to try to
use Neuromantic, a
new tool that seems to be more powerful than NeuronMorpho and with
more extensive help.