Flicker Vignette - How do I compare my own images?
This vignette shows how you can compare your own gel images using
Flicker is able to handle GIF, JPEG or B&W TIFF formated
images. If your images are in another format, then you must convert
them one of these formats.
First you must copy the directories of your images to the
Images/ directory where you installed Flicker. For a MS Windows
system, it is generally located at C:\Program Files\Flicker\Images\
Then restart Flicker. This will read your image file directories
to discover what you are making available.
Go to the (File | Open user images | ...) to access pairs
of your images. Note that the images appear as pairs of images as
described in the Reference
Manual Section 4.5. Select the pair of images you wish to analyze.
After Flicker has loaded the images, proceed to compare them
using the method described in the Vignette for comparing gel images.
Setup for the demo
Flicker is currently able to handle GIF, JPEG or B&W TIFF formated
images. If your images are in another format, then you could convert
them using Photoshop, ThumbsPlus (
www.cerious.com) or a similar tool to one of these formats.