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Help creating ImageJ plugin

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I don't know if this is the right sub-forum,
but I was hoping to find someone with some extra spare time who is willing to help me create a plugin to help me analyze images in ImageJ.
I have no programming skills whatsoever, but I think what I want is pretty simple for someone with programming knowledge.

What I would like is a kind of ROI-manager, where I draw two lines across the image of a cell (see figure below): one across the middle (M) and one aling the lenght (L). After drawing these two lines I would like the application to automatically draw a ROI-box with the half-width of 0.15*L (15% of the drawn length line) – preferably this number is adjustable so I could change the settings to get a box with the half-width of 0.20*L, or 0.10*L etc...

anyone who knows how to do this, or at least know where to start?
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Hi Sandra, welcome to the Ranch!

Since you have no programming skills, what kind of help were you looking for? If you're looking to hire somebody to do programming for you it would be better to move this post to the "Jobs Offered" forum. Otherwise I can't really imagine how else somebody here could help.
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