GPU accelerated image processing for everyone

This reference contains all methods currently available in CLIJ, CLIJ2 and CLIJx for processing binary images.. Read more about CLIJs release cycle

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Method is available in CLIJ (deprecated release)

Method is available in CLIJ2 (stable release)

Method is available in CLIJx (experimental release)

Method is available in clEsperanto (experimental)

**Categories:** Binary, Filter, Graphs, Labels, Math, Matrices, Measurements, Projections, Transformations, Detection

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The automatic thresholder utilizes the threshold methods from ImageJ on a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the threshold methods from ImageJ on a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method. Enter one of these methods in the method text field: [Default, Huang, Intermodes, IsoData, IJ_IsoData, Li, MaxEntropy, Mean, MinError, Minimum, Moments, Otsu, Percentile, RenyiEntropy, Shanbhag, Triangle, Yen]

Computes a binary image (containing pixel values 0 and 1) from two images X and Y by connecting pairs of pixels x and y with the binary AND operator &. All pixel values except 0 in the input images are interpreted as 1.

Determines pixels/voxels which are on the surface of binary objects and sets only them to 1 in the destination image. All other pixels are set to 0.

Fills holes (pixels with value 0 surrounded by pixels with value 1) in a binary image.

Fills holes (pixels with value 0 surrounded by pixels with value 1) in a binary image stack slice by slice.

Computes a binary image (containing pixel values 0 and 1) from two images X and Y by connecting pairs of pixels x and y with the binary intersection operator &. All pixel values except 0 in the input images are interpreted as 1.

Computes a binary image (containing pixel values 0 and 1) from an image X by negating its pixel values x using the binary NOT operator !

Computes a binary image (containing pixel values 0 and 1) from two images X and Y by connecting pairs of pixels x and y with the binary OR operator |.

Subtracts one binary image from another.

Computes a binary image (containing pixel values 0 and 1) from two images X and Y by connecting pairs of pixels x and y with the binary union operator |.

Applies a pre-trained CLIJx-Weka model to a 2D image.

Computes a binary image (containing pixel values 0 and 1) from two images X and Y by connecting pairs of pixels x and y with the binary operators AND &, OR | and NOT ! implementing the XOR operator.

Determines the bounding box of all non-zero pixels in a binary image.

Apply a binary closing to the input image by calling n dilations and n erosions subsequenntly.

Apply a binary closing to the input image by calling n dilations and n erosions subsequently.

Performs connected components analysis to a binary image and generates a label map.

Performs connected components analysis inspecting the box neighborhood of every pixel to a binary image and generates a label map.

Performs connected components analysis inspecting the diamond neighborhood of every pixel to a binary image and generates a label map.

Performs connected components analysis to a binary image and generates a label map.

Detects local maxima in a given square/cubic neighborhood.

Detects local maxima in a given square/cubic neighborhood.

Detects local maxima in a given square neighborhood of an input image stack.

Detects local minima in a given square/cubic neighborhood.

Detects local minima in a given square/cubic neighborhood.

Detects local minima in a given square neighborhood of an input image stack.

Computes a binary image with pixel values 0 and 1 containing the binary dilation of a given input image.

Computes a binary image with pixel values 0 and 1 containing the binary dilation of a given input image.

Computes a binary image with pixel values 0 and 1 containing the binary dilation of a given input image.

Generates a distance map from a binary image.

Threshold the image stack, determines the centroid of the resulting binary image and translates the image stack so that its centroid sits in a defined position.

Determines if two images A and B equal pixel wise.

Determines if an image A and a constant b are equal.

Computes a binary image with pixel values 0 and 1 containing the binary erosion of a given input image.

Computes a binary image with pixel values 0 and 1 containing the binary erosion of a given input image.

Computes a binary image with pixel values 0 and 1 containing the binary erosion of a given input image.

This operation removes labels from a labelmap and renumbers the remaining labels.

Finds and labels local maxima with neighboring maxima and background above a given tolerance threshold.

Takes two labelmaps with n and m labels and generates a (n+1)*(m+1) matrix where all pixels are set to 0 exept those where labels overlap between the label maps.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the threshold methods from ImageJ on a histogram determined on the GPU to determine a threshold value as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

Determines the bounding box of all non-zero pixels in a binary image.

Determines the overlap of two binary images using the Jaccard index.

Determines the overlap of two binary images using the Sorensen-Dice coefficent.

Inspired by Grayscale attribute filtering from MorpholibJ library by David Legland & Ignacio Arganda-Carreras.

Computes the negative value of all pixels in a given image.

Determines the overlap of two binary images using the Jaccard index.

Transforms a binary image with single pixles set to 1 to a labelled spots image.

Masks a single label in a label map.

Takes a labelled image and dilates the labels using a octagon shape until they touch.

Computes a binary image with pixel values 0 and 1 depending on if a pixel value x in image X was above of equal to the pixel value m in mask image M.

Computes a masked image by applying a binary mask to an image.

Computes a masked image by applying a label mask to an image.

Computes a masked image by applying a binary 2D mask to an image stack.

Determines the maximum intensity in an image, but only in pixels which have non-zero values in another mask image.

Determines the distance between pairs of closest spots in two binary images.

Determines the mean intensity in a masked image.

Determines the minimum intensity in a masked image.

Determines if two images A and B equal pixel wise.

Determines if two images A and B equal pixel wise.

Apply a binary opening to the input image by calling n erosions and n dilations subsequenntly.

Apply a binary opening to the input image by calling n erosions and n dilations subsequenntly.

Apply a binary watershed to a binary image and introduce black pixels between objects.

Pulls a binary image from the GPU memory and puts it on the currently active ImageJ window as region of interest.

Copies a binary image specified by its name from GPU memory back to ImageJ and shows it. This binary image will have 0 and 255 pixel intensities as needed for ImageJ to interpret it as binary.

Takes a label map (seeds) and an input image with gray values to apply the watershed algorithm and split the image above a given threshold in labels.

Erodes a binary image until just its skeleton is left.

Determines the overlap of two binary images using the Sorensen-Dice coefficent.

Determines the standard deviation of all pixels in an image which have non-zero value in a corresponding mask image.

Determines bounding box, area (in pixels/voxels), min, max and mean intensity of background and labelled objects in a label map and corresponding pixels in the original image.

Determines bounding box, area (in pixels/voxels), min, max and mean intensity of labelled objects in a label map and corresponding pixels in the original image.

Computes a binary image with pixel values 0 and 1.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the Default threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

Applies a Difference-of-Gaussian filter to an image and thresholds it with given sigma and threshold values.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the Huang threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the IJ_IsoData threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the Intermodes threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the IsoData threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the Li threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the MaxEntropy threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the Mean threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the MinError threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the Minimum threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the Moments threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the Otsu threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the Percentile threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the RenyiEntropy threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the Shanbhag threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the Triangle threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

The automatic thresholder utilizes the Yen threshold method implemented in ImageJ using a histogram determined on the GPU to create binary images as similar as possible to ImageJ ‘Apply Threshold’ method.

Takes a pointlist with dimensions n*d with n point coordinates in d dimensions and a touch matrix of size n*n to draw lines from all points to points if the corresponding pixel in the touch matrix is 1.

Determines the variance in an image, but only in pixels which have non-zero values in another binary mask image.

Takes a binary image, labels connected components and dilates the regions using a octagon shape until they touch.

Takes a binary image and dilates the regions using a octagon shape until they touch.

Apply a binary watershed to a binary image and introduces black pixels between objects.

96 methods listed.