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Jerome Mutterer (CNRS) and Edda Zinck (HTW).
When using FigureJ for a research article, you can cite the following article from Journal of Microscopy.
Here's a playlist of short videos explaining how to use FigureJ
Update to the latest version of ImageJ.
The following files need to go to the ImageJ/plugins/ folder:
Follow the following 3 update sites IBMP-CNRS, ImageScience and BioFormats.
Contact the authors about license and source code issues.
1.36 beta version (2020-08-25) figurej_136.jar please test and report issues.
1.35 beta version (2020-07-03)
1.34 beta version (2020-07-03)
1.30 beta version: (2020-07-01)
1.27 beta version: (2020-06-24)
1.26 beta version: (2020-06-23)
1.25 beta version: (2020-06-16)
1.24 beta version: (2020-06-15)
1.22 beta version: (2020-05-14)
1.21 beta version: (2020-05-07)
1.2 beta version: (2020-05-05)
1 beta 26
1 beta 23
1 beta 20
1 beta 12 : release for the 2012 ImageJ Conference
FigureJ, or other plugins that could attempt to restore startup macros upon quitting, should not be started from the startup macros.
FIJI-only: preference dialog not in the plugins menu.
FIXED - You're getting the error message: “Plugin or class not found: “FigureJ_Tool” (java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: ij/plugin/tool/PluginTool
⇒ This error is probably due to the fact that you are using an ImageJ version less than 1.46d. The missing PluginTool class was added with 1.46d11. You should upgrade to the latest ImageJ version using Help > Update ImageJ.
FIXED - You're getting the error message: “java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError”
⇒ You should consider upgrading java to a more current version. Easiest method is to download the current ImageJ for windows package that includes java.