RGB (Red, Green, Blue) is the most commonly-used color space. However, other alternatives such as HSB (Hue, Saturation, Brightness) provide significant advantages when processing color information. In the HSB color space, Hue describes the attribute of pure color, and therefore distinguishes between colors. Saturation (sometimes called “purity” or “vibrancy”) characterizes the shade of color, i.e., how much white is added to the pure color. Brightness (also know as Value — HSV system) describes the overall brightness of the color (see e.g., the color palette of Color Picker window↓). In terms of digital imaging processing, using the HSB system over the traditional RGB is often advantageous: e.g., since the Brightness component of an HSB image corresponds to the grayscale version of that image, processing only the brightness channel in routines that require grayscale images is a significant computational gain [E] [E] See Wootton R, Springall DR, Polak JM. Image Analysis in Histology: Conventional and Confocal Microscopy. Cambridge University Press, 1995, ISBN 0521434823. You can read more about the HSB color model here.
Imagej Command Line
Opens the Macro Functions reference page, an indispensable guide to the built in functions that can be called from the ImageJ macro language. ImageJ 1.x's macro language is not designed to build extremely fancy dialogs (and adding an extra button to the dialog falls into that category). How to download dmg files on mac. – ctrueden Mar 30 '14 at 3:51. Add a comment 1.