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Reads ImageJ ROIs.

Project Description

ijroi

Reads ImageJ ROIs into numpy arrays. Use it like:

>>> import ijroi
>>> with open("my_roi.roi", "rb") as f:
...     roi = ijroi.read_roi(f)
...
>>> isinstance(roi, np.ndarray)
True

read_roi returns a Nx2 array, where each row is a (row, column) or (y, x) pair.

Based on Luis Pedro Coelho’s readroi.py gist.

License

ijroi is offered under the MIT license.

Contributors

ijroi is maintained by Tim D. Smith. The core functionality was implemented by Luis Pedro Coelho.

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