Forcibly setting the Stitch Option to the LOCI importer seems to prevent opening all series, maybe because the importer then assumes that the images of the series are actually tiles.
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Incenp-Plugins is a set of plugins for the ImageJ image analysis software.
This plugin allows to quickly create a composite image from a hyperstack. The resulting image may contain a panel for each individual channels of the source hyperstack or a single panel showing a colorized merge of all channels, or both.
This plugin extracts an user-specified selection of frames from a hyperstack and generates a new image containing the selected frames disposed in a array.
Bundled with the plugins is a small library of helper classes for use in
other plugins or scripts. Notable classes include
facilitate batch processing of images listed in a CSV input file, and
ChannelMasker, to facilitate the creation and manipulation of
binary masks. Refer to the package´s [Javadoc]
(https://incenp.org/dvlpt/imagej-plugins/apidocs/index.html) for more
To build the plugins with Maven, first install the parent POM from my own repository by running
$ mvn dependency:get -DgroupId=org.incenp -DartifactId=incenp-base \ -Dversion=1.1.0 -Dpackaging=pom \ -DremoteRepositories=https://mvn.incenp.org/repo/releases
You can then build the plugins by running, from the source directory
$ mvn package
Then copy the generated JAR file (found in the
target/ folder) to the
plugins folder of your ImageJ installation.
(Pre-compiled JAR files are also available for each release on the releases page for the project.)
Once installed (and after restarting ImageJ if it was already running),
the plugins will be available in the
Plugins > Incenp.org menu.
Incenp-Plugins is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 3 or higher. The full license is included in the LICENSE file of the source distribution.