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Tidying images with binary image processing before measuring

A demonstation of how to perform erosion and dilation on a thresholded image in Fiji

A continuation of our discussion on grayscale binary image thresholding.

Introduces the so-called morphological operations erosion and dilation to tidy noisy patches in images before further analysis.

Finally, the video also shows how to use a binary image to select all foreground pixels and measure the area of the object of interest.

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