Extracting data from the Measurement Log


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Extracting data from the Measurement Log

Over the past set of videos we have recorded our measurements in the Measurement Log. Now we are going to take a close look at the way that Photoshop collects the data and the way we can export it so it will be usable. In this case we have measured the area of these four myocytes and we can see that we can bring our measurement log up and we will increase its size. And we have our label Measurement 1, 2, 3 or 4, which matches the numbers we assign to each of the cells. The document we used to collect the data, the fact that the source of the information was a selection versus the Count tool or the Ruler tool. We have conformation of the scale we have used. The units, the scale factor and the fact that each of these area measurements is a single count.

It was not a combination or sum of multiple area measurements. We have our Area & Perimeter, Height and Width, and that's the height and the width of a bounding box. This is a rudimentary display of the information. We are able to...

Extracting data from the Measurement Log
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Extracting data from the Measurement Log provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Eric Wexler as part of the Photoshop CS3 Extended for BioMedical Research

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