Analysis of Numerical Plankton Images

A free (open source) solution for analyzing digital images of plankton. In combination with ImageJ, a free image analysis system, it processes digital images, measures individuals, trains for automatic classification of taxa, and finally, measures plankton samples (abundances, total and partial size spectra or biomasses, etc.).


= zooimage News

== Changes in zooimage 3.0-3 -> 3.0-5

  • Minor adaptations to DESCRIPTION file.

== Changes in zooimage 3.0-2

  • Assignment to .GlobalEnv is strictly restricted to GUI operations, and only following direct request by the end-user through an explicit dialog box. The internal function .assignGlobal() is used for that purpose.

== Changes in zooimage 3.0-1

  • getTrain() was not able to collect data when attributes measured on samples mixed in training set differ slightly. Now, data are more carefully merged.

  • Meaningless FIT_xxx attributes from the FlowCAM are now excluded by default in dropVars().

  • The GUI function vignettesClass(), and thus, the corresponding menu entry were not implemented (the function prepareTest() that is called internally was working properly, but was not reacheable through the menu). Done now.

  • The GUI function analyzeClass() and the corresponding menu entry listed old (version 2) items. The list is now updated with new plots available in zooimage 3 and mlearning 1.

  • All the java code (ImageJ + zooimage plugins) are now moved to zooimageJ.

== Changes in zooimage 3.0-0

This is a major refactoring of code from zooimage 1.x and 2.X.

Reference manual

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5.5.2 by Philippe Grosjean, a year ago

Browse source code at

Authors: Philippe Grosjean [aut, cre] , Kevin Denis [aut] , Guillaume Wacquet [aut]

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

GPL (>= 2) license

Imports svMisc, svDialogs, filehash, jpeg, png, tiff, utils, digest, tools, MASS, mda, shiny, DT

Depends on mlearning

Suggests rJava, mlbench

See at CRAN