Leukocyte Detection & Tracking: ImageJ Plugin
This software is a plugin for the ImageJ image processing program. The plugin
is designed to detect and track rolling leukocytes (white blood cells) through
multiple frames of video. The locations of the cells can be marked visually on
each frame and/or output to a CSV file. The typical (and default) usage is to
detect cells in the first frame and then track those cells through subsequent
frames. It is also possible to detect cells in each frame separately.
There are two versions of the plugin available for download:
Please see the readme (non-CUDA version, CUDA version) and license.
- Linux: if there is sufficient demand, a Windows and/or Mac version may be added in the future.
- ImageJ: available for download here.
- CUDA (for the CUDA version only): the toolkit and driver can be downloaded here. The plugin cannot be compiled without the CUDA toolkit; however, it can be executed without a CUDA-capable GPU installed, because the user can decide at runtime whether to run on the CPU or the GPU.
The plugin has been tested with the following software: Ubuntu 8.04.4; ImageJ 1.42; CUDA 2.0, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, and 3.0.
Looking for a non-ImageJ version of the leukocyte tracking code? Please visit the Rodinia web site.