StreamableKNIME Image IO version 184.108.40.206103170902 by University of Konstanz
Reads images from various file formats supported by the Bio-Formats library and imports them to the KNIME-internal image format. A list of the supported formats can be found here: http://loci.wisc.edu/bio-formats/formats. Image can also be downloaded and read from URLs (e.g. http://...). The URLs have to be provided via the input table (as strings).
Alternatively, selecting subsets can be done in three ways using the text field below each selection list:
Discrete Element Selection Every element that shall be selected can be entered on it's own, separated by commas. e.g. "1, 5, 8, 9"
Cohesive Element Selection Selecting a complete region "from" a given value "to" another can be done by putting a hyphen between two values, marking the first as the region start and the second as the end. Comma-separation still holds and can separate either complete regions, or regions and discrete selections. e.g. 1-5, 8-10, 11
Combining The above mentioned functionalities can be arbitrarily intermingled as every comma separated entry is read and interpreted on it's own. e.g. Selecting all Values from 1-10, every eleventh entry and the twentieth entry for some reason can be done by entering: "1-10, 20, f=11*i"
To use this node in KNIME, install KNIME Image Processing from the following update site:
A zipped version of the software site can be downloaded here.
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