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Corsen analysis is a two steps process (3D segmentation and distance calculation) and so requires the installation of two components:

  • ImageJ plug-in, available as a .zip archive (934 KiB) .
    You only have to put this archive in the ImageJ plug-ins folder and restart ImageJ to install it.
  • Application, available only as a Java Web Start application.
    To install it, you need an internet connection and click on the corsen jnlp link to launch the application.

Corsen is distributed under the General Public License version 2 and later .

System Requirements

Component Comment
Java Runtime Environment 5.0 or above.
Memory No minimum requirement. The necessary amount of memory needed by Corsen depends on size of the inputs files (images and .par files). However we recommends 1GiB for standard analysis. If Corsen application can't launch, try to run it with less memory allocated.
Disk Space No minimum requirement. Approximately 40 MiB will be used by Corsen.
Operating System No minimum requirement. Tested on Windows XP and Ubuntu. Note that Corsen application under Mac OS X is experimental.
ImageJ version >= 1.39. Note that Image 1.40 is buggy for Corsen, so the use of this version if forbidden.

How install Corsen on Mac OS X

Corsen works only with an Intel Macintosh and Mac OS X.6 (Snow Leopard) with Java 6.0. With this operating system, you must install manualy jogl to use the 3D view.

  • Download the lastest version of JOGL for Mac Os X (Corsen is tested with 1.1) on JOGL website . You can directly download the JOGL 1.1.1 version for Mac OS X intel here.
  • Unzip the archive.
  • Put the content of the lib folder to /Library/Java/Extensions at the root of your system harddrive.

Warning : Tests have been only done under Mac OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) with Java 6.0.

If Corsen application is still too unstable for you on Mac OS X, you can use a virtualization software to run Corsen.

Corsen application under Linux

Corsen is currently only available for 32 bit Intel processor (i386) versions of linux. We strongly recommand you to use the Java implementation of Sun to run Corsen (the sun-java6-jre package for debian/ubuntu).

If you use OpenJDK/IcedTea version of the Java Runtime (see your distribution documentation to install it), the default Java Web Start on the main page may no work. Use this specific Corsen application launch link (with 1024 MB allocated for Java) to run Corsen (Don't use Sun script to check java version) with OpenJDK/IcedTea or gcj.

Corsen command line version

For advanced users, a command line only version is available.