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Waving Your Wand

Often, image analysis involves the measurement of objects, be they nuclei, cells or bacteria. There are plenty of good ways to select the boundaries of these objects, using freehand or segmented selections, and we’ve covered segmentation based on thresholding before.

This post is going to take a step back and look at how the magic wand tool works. It’s quick and simple, but sometimes that’s all you need. Let’s wave our wands!

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