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Image Analysis: Dot Count

DotCount v1.2 (March 2012)
DotCount is a program to count the number of dots in an image. Dots are considered to be connected regions with approximately the same intensity. Therefore DotCount can be used to count e.g. lighted windows in a sky scraper or anything else, as long as the regions are connected and the contrast to the background is high enough. This program has been used to count pigments on pig skin (medical application).
DotCount is made available for free for academic purposes, as well as for private non-commercial use. It however cannot be uses commercially (you can test it for a 30 day evaluation period). Please contact the author for proprietary licenses. The program is made available 'as is' and in no event shall the authors or copyright holders be liable for any claim, damages or other liability arising in connection with the software or the use. Copyright (c) 2006-2015 Martin Reuter. All rights reserved.
Features:
  • Convert the image to binary (black-white) image
  • Adjust intensity threshold for conversion
  • Adjust minimal and maximal size of dots to be counted
  • Count dots (in selected area)
  • Add/remove single dots manually
Examples:
Take a look at the gallery with example applications. If you find DotCount useful, please send in your application example ( reu...@mit.edu ).
Download:
clustrmaps.com
Martin Reuter - MIT - Cambridge, MA, USA - EMail: reu...@mit.edu
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