||J. Anthony Parker, MD PhD (
||2006/01/03: First version
2007/06/11: Isotope decay added
2011/12/23: Updated, correct crash on repeat analysis
||The source files are included in NucMed_TP.jar see NucMed. The plugin source file is Compartments_TP.java;
the class file is Compartments_TP.class.
The figures of the models are given in the PowerPoint file, Compartments_TP.ppt.
||Easiest is to download NucMed_TP.jar
and unzip in the ImageJ
plugins folder. Alternately, place the Compartments_TP.class file
in a sub folder of plugins called NucMed, and save as gif the
PowerPoint file in NucMed (the gif images should be in a folder called
Compartments_TP is one of the ImageJ plugins in the "NucMed" directory.
It is meant as a teaching tool to explain compartmental analysis
for a few limited situations. For example, it might be used in
the context of a molecular imaging course. This poster shows three examples.
If the plugin is installed with an arguement including "full", "ecf",
"slow", "flow", "single volume", "two", or "non-specific", then the
respective model is started skipping the first dialog. If the
arguement includes "no model", then the image of the model is not shown.
presented at Society of Nuclear Medicine, June, 2007.