just wondering which steps you followed to setup and run ImageJ and Fiji in your Raspbe...
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elongo asked on August 22, 2017 17:31
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just wondering which steps you followed to setup and run ImageJ and Fiji in your Raspberry Pi.
I am following this indications of ImageJ but documentation is quite loose.
Any clues? Thanks.
Hi! @LaPa (hoping to trigger a notification email to them) :)
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