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Chris Tjoumas
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Is anyone familiar with calculating minimum and maximum values of image data (I'm guessing this somehow maps to pixel values)? If I open an image in ImageJ and adjust it's window width/window level, I get a different brightness/contrast for the image. I am reading in images from raw data and there are headers that tell me what each images window width and window level should be set at.
I copied out the ImageJ setWindowLevel method from the ImageJ ContrastAdjuster class and tried using that. It really screws up my image - and I am thinking that the code posted online (http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/developer/source/index.html) is incorrect. I know for a fact that their calculation of levelValue is incorrect, so I'm thinking the values taken from the dialog are not used correctly.
If anyone is familair with getting min/max values from windowwidth/windowlevel, please PLEASE take a look at the code and let me know what might be wrong!
Thanks,
Chris
 
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