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RT @martinjones78: Very interesting #BioImageAnalysis PhD position!
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RT @jobRxiv: #ScienceJobs: Image Analyst / Python programmer Francis Crick Institute (@TheCrick), London, UK #P…
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... so don't think that you need to submit a full text.
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The deadline next week for NEUBAIS Gateway article is just for the **PROPOSAL.** you just need to fill and submit…
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I really like the article refers to the MoU of NEUBIAS. We made pretty much of efforts in polishing our initial "Ma…
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Passing stdout to ImageJ / Fiji

In case you want to pass stdout to ImageJ macro headlessly, use getArgument.

For example, create a test macro like this and save it as test.ijm:

tt = getArgument();

Then the bash command for passing stdout to this macro headlessly is:

echo "hello" | (read arg; fiji --headless -macro test.ijm "$arg")

There could be more sophisticated ways, but the command above does work. For the command “fiji” to work, it should be set in your .profile or .bash_profile

alias fiji='/Applications/'
… you need to change the path above according to the place where your Fiji resides.

The command could also be

echo "hello" | (read arg; fiji -batch test.ijm "$arg")

but it's slower somehow.

documents/20190416ijmacro_passingarguments.1555417896.txt.gz · Last modified: 2019/04/16 05:31 by kota