Timelapse Image Analyser

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* [[Demos/TimelapseCoder/Prototypes | Prototypes for next version of Timelapse Coder]]
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* [[Demos/TimelapseCoderPrototypes | Prototypes for next version of Timelapse Coder]]
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* [[Demos/TimelapseCoder/Prototypes | Prototypes for next version of Timelapse Coder]]
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.16.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.17.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.16.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.16]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.17.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.17]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.15.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.15]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
* [[Attach:timelapseManual-v1.1.0.15.docx | Timelapse Manual, for v.1.1.0.15]] (source as word document)
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.16.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.16]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
* [[Attach:timelapseManual-v1.1.0.15.docx | Timelapse Manual (latest version), for v.1.1.0.15]] (source as word document)
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.15.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.14.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.14]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.15.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.15]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual-v1.1.0.15.docx | Timelapse Manual, for v.1.1.0.15]] (source as word document)
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.14.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.12.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.11]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
* [[Attach:timelapseManual-v1.1.0.14.docx | Timelapse Manual, for v.1.1.0.10]] (source as word document)
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.14.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.14]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
* [[Attach:timelapseManual-v1.1.0.14.docx | Timelapse Manual, for v.1.1.0.14]] (source as word document)
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual-v1.1.0.14.docx | Timelapse Manual, for v.1.1.0.10]] (source as word document)
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.13.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.14.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.12.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.13.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.11.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.11]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.12.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.11]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.11.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.12.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.10.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.11.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.10.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.10]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.11.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.11]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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# Fill out the [[http://mailman.ucalgary.ca/mailman/listinfo/timelapse-l | timelapse mailing list form ]], where you can subscribe by entering your email, name and a password into the Subscribe part of the form.
# Alternately, send an email to [[mailto:saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca|saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca]]. Tell him you want to subscribe to the timelapse-l list. Include your name and the best email address to use


Once subscribed, you can post to the list by emailing [[mailto:timelapse-l@mailman.ucalgary.ca|timelapse-l@mailman.ucalgary.ca]]. This is moderated by Saul, to make sure that you don't receive any spam email.
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# Fill out the [[http://mailman.ucalgary.ca/mailman/listinfo/timelapse-l | '''timelapse mailing list form''' ]], where you can subscribe by entering your email, name and a password into the Subscribe part of the form.
# Alternately, send an email to [[mailto:saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca|'''saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca''']]. Tell him you want to subscribe to the timelapse-l list. Include your name and the best email address to use


Once subscribed, you can post to the list by emailing [[mailto:timelapse-l@mailman.ucalgary.ca|'''timelapse-l@mailman.ucalgary.ca''']]. This is moderated by Saul, to make sure that you don't receive any spam email.
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You can unsubscribe by either visiting that link again, or by emailing Saul.
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'''To unsubscribe'''
* Reverse the above, where you can unsubscribe
by either visiting the link mentioned in step 1 again, or by emailing Saul.
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Once subscribed, you can post to the list by emailing '''timelapse-l@mailman.ucalgary.ca''' . This is moderated by Saul, to make sure that you don't receive any spam email.
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Once subscribed, you can post to the list by emailing [[mailto:timelapse-l@mailman.ucalgary.ca|timelapse-l@mailman.ucalgary.ca]]. This is moderated by Saul, to make sure that you don't receive any spam email.
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# Alternately, send an email to saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca. Tell him you want to subscribe to the timelapse-l list. Include your name and the best email address to use
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# Alternately, send an email to [[mailto:saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca|saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca]]. Tell him you want to subscribe to the timelapse-l list. Include your name and the best email address to use
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[[#mailinglist]]
>>redbox<<
!!! Timelapse Mailing List and Forum
'''Subscribe''' to the Timelapse-l mailing list. This list is used to:
* '''''Inform you of software updates'''''. This is especially important for those of you who are on institutional machines who have to update the software manually by downloading the zip file.
* '''''Inform you about new features and bug fixes''''' in these new versions
* '''''Provide you with a forum''''' where you and other Timelapse users can inform one another about tips and tricks that help make your work more effective, or ask others for guidance.

You can sign up in one of two ways.
# Fill out the [[http://mailman.ucalgary.ca/mailman/listinfo/timelapse-l | timelapse mailing list form ]], where you can subscribe by entering your email, name and a password into the Subscribe part of the form.
# Alternately, send an email to saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca. Tell him you want to subscribe to the timelapse-l list. Include your name and the best email address to use


Once subscribed, you can post to the list by emailing '''timelapse-l@mailman.ucalgary.ca''' . This is moderated by Saul, to make sure that you don't receive any spam email.

You can unsubscribe by either visiting that link again, or by emailing Saul.



>><<

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* [[Attach:timelapseManual-v1.1.0.10.docx | Timelapse Manual, for v.1.1.0.10]] (source of 2010-06-04)
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual-v1.1.0.10.docx | Timelapse Manual, for v.1.1.0.10]] (source as word document)
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.8.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.8]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
* [[Attach:timelapseManual2010-06-04.docx | Timelapse Manual, for v.1.1.0.8]] (source of 2010-06-04)
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.10.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.10]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
* [[Attach:timelapseManual-v1.1.0.10.docx | Timelapse Manual, for v.1.1.0.10]] (source of 2010-06-04)
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual.pdf | Timelapse Image Analysis Manual '-(PDF)-']]
* [[Attach:TutorialImageSet.zip | Tutorial Image Set '-(zip file)-']] -- two image sets, where one is used in the manual and the other is for you to practice with
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual.pdf | Timelapse Image Analysis Tutorial Manual '-(PDF)-']]
* [[Attach:TutorialImageSet.zip | Tutorial Image Set '-(zip file)-']] -- two image sets, where one is used in the tutorial, and the other is for you to practice with
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual.pdf | Timelapse Image Analysis Manual '-(PDF)-']] -- last edited June 4, 2011
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual.pdf | Timelapse Image Analysis Manual '-(PDF)-']]
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.9.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.10.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.8.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.9.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual2010-06-04.docx | Timelapse Manual, v.1.1.0]] (source of 2010-06-04)
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual2010-06-04.docx | Timelapse Manual, for v.1.1.0.8]] (source of 2010-06-04)
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual.pdf | Timelapse Image Analysis Manual '-(PDF)-']] -- last edited May 9, 2011
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual.pdf | Timelapse Image Analysis Manual '-(PDF)-']] -- last edited June 4, 2011
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual2010-05-27.docx | Timelapse Manual, v.1.1.0]] (source of 2010-05-27)
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual2010-06-04.docx | Timelapse Manual, v.1.1.0]] (source of 2010-06-04)
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.2]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.8.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.8]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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## Start Timelapse.exe (it may just be called Timelapse) - You should see an 'Overview' screen with instructions.
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## Start Timelapse.exe (it may just be called Timelapse) - You should see a 'Getting Started' screen with instructions.
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## Download and extract the zip file into a folder of your choosing (e.g., My Documents).
## To avoid confusion
, delete the zip file.
## Open the TimelapseExec folder.
## Start the program by selecting
Timelapse.exe (it may just be called Timelapse) - its icon is green with a red mark in the middle.
** '''''Recommended:''''' Create shortcut to the Timelapse.exe program and put it on your desktop. Do this by right-clicking the Timelapse.exe program, and dragging it to the desktop while the right button is still held down. When you let go it will ask you if you want to copy it or create a shortcut - do the shortcut option.
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## Download and open the zip file
## Extract the Timelapse.exe program to a place of your choosing (e.g.
, your Desktop, My Documents).
## To avoid confusion, delete the zip file.
## Start
Timelapse.exe (it may just be called Timelapse) - You should see an 'Overview' screen with instructions.
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.7.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.8.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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# '''''Recommended:''''' Create shortcut to the Timelapse.exe program and put it on your desktop. Do this by right-clicking the Timelapse.exe program, and dragging it to the desktop while the right button is still held down. When you let go it will ask you if you want to copy it or create a shortcut - do the shortcut option.
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** '''''Recommended:''''' Create shortcut to the Timelapse.exe program and put it on your desktop. Do this by right-clicking the Timelapse.exe program, and dragging it to the desktop while the right button is still held down. When you let go it will ask you if you want to copy it or create a shortcut - do the shortcut option.
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## '''''Recommended:''''' Create shortcut to the Timelapse.exe program and put it on your desktop. Do this by right-clicking the Timelapse.exe program, and dragging it to the desktop while the right button is still held down. When you let go it will ask you if you want to copy it or create a shortcut - do the shortcut option.
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# '''''Recommended:''''' Create shortcut to the Timelapse.exe program and put it on your desktop. Do this by right-clicking the Timelapse.exe program, and dragging it to the desktop while the right button is still held down. When you let go it will ask you if you want to copy it or create a shortcut - do the shortcut option.
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** [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.7.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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** '''''Select''''' [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.7.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
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!!! TimeLapse Coder Installation Instructions:
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!!! TimeLapse Quick Start:
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# The above assumes a code template file is provided to you (one is in the sample images). If you want to create your own CodeTemplate.xml file, email saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca for instructions as the manual is still being written.
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# The above assumes a code template file is provided to you (one is in the sample images). If you want to create your own CodeTemplate.xml file, refer to the manual above.
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** [[Installs:Timelapse/publish.htm |'''Timelapse Image Analyser''']] -- ClickOnce Installer \\
## When you begin installation, a file called
''setup.exe'' will be downloaded. Select that and just follow the instructions.
## Afterwards, you can start the program through your Start menu, titled ''Timelapse Image Analyzer'' or in
the Start Menu Folder ''Grouplab''.
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** '''''Select''''' [[Installs:Timelapse/publish.htm |'''Timelapse Image Analyser''']] -- Installer with automatic updates
## It should download a file called
''setup.exe''. Select that and just follow the instructions.
## Start
the program through your Start menu, titled ''Timelapse Image Analyzer'', or via the Start Menu Folder ''Grouplab''.
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** [[Installs:Timelapse/publish.htm |Timelapse Image Analyser]] -- ClickOnce Installer \\
*** When you begin installation, a file called ''setup.exe'' will be downloaded. Select that and just follow the instructions.
*** Afterwards, you can start the program through your Start menu, titled ''Timelapse Image Analyzer'' or in the Start Menu Folder ''Grouplab''.
*** The program will automatically check for updates every time you run it. This is really convenient, as it guarantees you are always using the most up to date version.
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** [[Installs:Timelapse/publish.htm |'''Timelapse Image Analyser''']] -- ClickOnce Installer \\
## When you begin installation, a file called ''setup.exe'' will be downloaded. Select that and just follow the instructions.
## Afterwards, you can start the program through your Start menu, titled ''Timelapse Image Analyzer'' or in the Start Menu Folder ''Grouplab''.
## The program will automatically check for updates every time you run it. This is really convenient, as it guarantees you are always using the most up to date version.
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** [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.7.zip | Timelapse Image Analyser -- as a zip file]].
## Copy the zip file into a folder of your choosing (e.g., My Documents).
## Uncompress the folder, which will be called something like TimelapseExec1.1.0.7.
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** [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.7.zip | '''Timelapse Image Analyser''' ]] -- as a zip file
## Download and extract the zip file into a folder of your choosing (e.g., My Documents).
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## Start the program by selecting Timelapse.exe (it may just be called Timelapse) - its icon is a Green with a Red mark in the middle.
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## Start the program by selecting Timelapse.exe (it may just be called Timelapse) - its icon is green with a red mark in the middle.
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'- This version of the program will automatically check for updates every time you run it. This is really convenient, as it guarantees you are always using the most up to date version. -'
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*** The program will automatically check for updates every time you run it. This is really convenient, as it guarantees you are always using the most up to date version.
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*** When you begin installation, a file called ''setup.exe'' will be downloaded. Select that and just follow the instructions.
*** Afterwards, you can start the program through your Start menu, titled ''Timelapse Image Analyzer'' or in the Start Menu Folder ''Grouplab''.
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# When you begin installing the program, a file called ''setup.exe'' will be downloaded. Select that and just follow the installation instructions.
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** [[Installs:Timelapse/publish.htm |Timelapse Image Analyser]] -- ClickOnce Installer
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** [[Installs:Timelapse/publish.htm |Timelapse Image Analyser]] -- ClickOnce Installer
'- This version of the
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** Only if it says its missing: [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/confirmation.aspx?familyid=333325fd-ae52-4e35-b531-508d977d32a6&displaylang=en | Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 ]] and its [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=AB99342F-5D1A-413D-8319-81DA479AB0D7 || Service Pack ]] \\
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** '''''Only if it says its missing:''''' [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/confirmation.aspx?familyid=333325fd-ae52-4e35-b531-508d977d32a6&displaylang=en | Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 ]] and its [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=AB99342F-5D1A-413D-8319-81DA479AB0D7 || Service Pack ]] \\
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** Only if required: [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/confirmation.aspx?familyid=333325fd-ae52-4e35-b531-508d977d32a6&displaylang=en | Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 ]] and its [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=AB99342F-5D1A-413D-8319-81DA479AB0D7 || Service Pack ]] \\
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** Only if it says its missing: [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/confirmation.aspx?familyid=333325fd-ae52-4e35-b531-508d977d32a6&displaylang=en | Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 ]] and its [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=AB99342F-5D1A-413D-8319-81DA479AB0D7 || Service Pack ]] \\
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If you are running on an institution's computer:
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#''' If you are running on an institution's computer:'''
** [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.7.zip | Timelapse Image Analyser -- as a zip file]].
## Copy
the zip file into a folder of your choosing (e.g., My Documents).
## Uncompress
the folder, which will be called something like TimelapseExec1.1.0.7.
## To avoid confusion, delete the zip file.
## Open the TimelapseExec folder.
## Start the program by selecting Timelapse.
exe (it may just be called Timelapse) - its icon is a Green with a Red mark in the middle.
## '''''Recommended:''''' Create shortcut to the Timelapse.exe program and put it on your desktop. Do this by right-clicking the Timelapse.exe program, and dragging it to the desktop while the right button is still held down. When you let go it will ask you if you want to copy it or create a shortcut - do the shortcut option.
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* [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/confirmation.aspx?familyid=333325fd-ae52-4e35-b531-508d977d32a6&displaylang=en | Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 ]] and its [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=AB99342F-5D1A-413D-8319-81DA479AB0D7 || Service Pack ]] \\
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# If you are running on your own personal computer:
** [[Installs:Timelapse/publish.htm |Timelapse Image Analyser]] -- the program.
** Only if required: [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/confirmation.aspx?familyid=333325fd-ae52-4e35-b531-508d977d32a6&displaylang=en | Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 ]] and its [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=AB99342F-5D1A-413D-8319-81DA479AB0D7 || Service Pack ]] \\
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual2010-05-27.docx | Timelapse Manual, v.1.1.0]] (source of 2010-05-27)
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* [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.1.0.7.zip | Timelapse Image Analyser -- as a zip file]] in case the above didn't work. You will have to uncompress it, where you then start the program by selecting Timelapse.exe
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* [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.2.0.7.zip | Timelapse Image Analyser -- as a zip file]] in case the above didn't work. You will have to uncompress it, where you then start the program by selecting Timelapse.exe
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* [[Attach:TimelapseExec.zip | Timelapse Image Analyser -- as a zip file]] in case the above didn't work. You will have to uncompress it, where you then start the program by selecting Timelapse.exe
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[- The .NET Framework should already be on your computer, but if the program says its missing, you can install it (and its service pack) from the above links.-]
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In brief, the tool automatically goes through all images and extracts information such as dates and times; it categorizes unusual images including dark (night time) and corrupted ones; it displays a series of 'codes' specific to the biologist's project, where the biologist can fill in codes by typing, selecting from menus or (for counting) simply by clicking on objects in the image. To help the biologist find things, it includes a magnifying glass as well as several image enhancement methods. All data is written to a file that can be opened in Excel.
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In brief, the tool automatically goes through all images and extracts information such as dates and times; it categorizes unusual images including dark (night time) and corrupted ones; it displays a series of 'codes' specific to the biologist's project, where the biologist can fill in codes by typing, selecting from menus or (for counting) simply by clicking on objects in the image. To help the biologist find things, it includes a magnifying glass, pan and zooming (where switching images will keep the same pan/zoom levels), as well as several image enhancement methods. All data is written to a file that can be opened in Excel.
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Using a timelapse camera, scientists can track entities (people, wildlife) and conditions (weather, visibility) that occur in a particular place over time. Cameras are placed at strategic locations, where images are automatically taken at regular intervals (e.g., every 5 minutes, every hour). After collecting the camera's card, they visually examine each image and count/describe the entities and conditions of interest. The Timelapse Image Analyser helps scientists do this last visual analysis and counting step.

In brief, the tool automatically goes through all images and extract information such as dates and times; it categorizes unusual images including dark (night time) and corrupted ones; it displays a series of 'codes' specific to the biologist's project, where the biologist can fill in codes by typing, selecting from menus or (for counting) simply by clicking on objects in the image. To help the biologist find things, it includes a magnifying glass as well as several image enhancement methods. All data is written to a file that can be opened in Excel.
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Using a timelapse camera, scientists can track entities (such as people and wildlife) and conditions (such as weather and visibility) that occur in a particular place over time. Cameras are placed at strategic locations, where images are automatically taken at regular intervals (e.g., every 5 minutes, every hour). After collecting the camera's card, they visually examine each image and count/describe the entities and conditions of interest. The Timelapse Image Analyser helps scientists do this last visual analysis and counting step.

In brief, the tool automatically goes through all images and extracts information such as dates and times; it categorizes unusual images including dark (night time) and corrupted ones; it displays a series of 'codes' specific to the biologist's project, where the biologist can fill in codes by typing, selecting from menus or (for counting) simply by clicking on objects in the image. To help the biologist find things, it includes a magnifying glass as well as several image enhancement methods. All data is written to a file that can be opened in Excel.
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0.2]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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* [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=72d6aa49-787d-4118-ba5f-4f30fe913628&displaylang=en | Microsoft Xaml Pad]] for editing the Code Template XML template. There are others, but this one seems fine. Note that installs in C:/Program Files, so you will need admin permission.
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* [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=72d6aa49-787d-4118-ba5f-4f30fe913628&displaylang=en | Microsoft Xml Notepad]] for editing the Code Template XML template. There are others, but this one seems fine. Note that installs in C:/Program Files, so you will need admin permission.
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'- Whenever you run the program, it will automatically check to see if a new version is available
. If so, , it will ask you if you want to install it. -'
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* [[Installs:Timelapse/publish.htm |Timelapse Image Analyser]] -- the program.
* [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/confirmation.aspx?familyid=333325fd-ae52-4e35-b531-508d977d32a6&displaylang=en | Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 ]] and its [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=AB99342F-5D1A-413D-8319-81DA479AB0D7 || Service Pack ]] \\
[- The .NET Framework should already be on your computer, but if the program says its missing, you can install it (and its service pack) from the above links.
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The above assumes a code template file is provided to you (one is in the sample images). If you want to create your own CodeTemplate.xml file, email saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca for instructions as the manual is still being written.
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# The above assumes a code template file is provided to you (one is in the sample images). If you want to create your own CodeTemplate.xml file, email saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca for instructions as the manual is still being written.
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# Download and unzip the installation in the folder of your choice
# Download and unzip the manual and sample images in the folder of your choice (or just use
your own)
# Run
Timelapse.exe
# Click the Load button and point to the folder containing your images
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# When you begin installing the program, a file called ''setup.exe'' will be downloaded. Select that and just follow the installation instructions.
# You can start the program anytime through
your Start menu, titled ''Timelapse Image Analyzer''.
# Select ''Load'' from the program's ''File'' menu, and select the folder containing your images and the CodeTemplate.xml
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The above assumes a code template file is provided to you (one is in the sample images). If you are creating your own, you would do the following. However, the manual for this has not yet been created. Email saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca for instructions
# Use the Microsoft Xaml Pad editor to modify the CodeTemplate.xml to reflect the codes you want.
# Copy the CodeTemplate.xml file to your images folder
.
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The above assumes a code template file is provided to you (one is in the sample images). If you want to create your own CodeTemplate.xml file, email saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca for instructions as the manual is still being written.
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* [[Installs:Timelapse/publish.htm |Timelapse Image Analyser]] -- the program.\\
'- Whenever you run the program, it will automatically check to see if a new version is available. If so, , it will ask you if you want to install it. -'
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* [[Installs:Timelapse/publish.htm |Timelapse Image Analyser]].
'- Whenever you run the program, it will automatically check to see if a new version is available. If so, , it will ask you if you want to install it. -'
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* [[Installs:Timelapse/publish.htm |Timelapse Image Analyser]] -- the program '- Whenever you run the program, it will automatically check to see if a new version is available. If so, , it will ask you if you want to install it. -'
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* [[Installs:Timelapse/publish.htm |Timelapse Image Analyser]]. '- Whenever you run the program, it will automatically check to see if a new version is available. If so, , it will ask you if you want to install it. -'
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.1.0]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.1.0.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.0.0]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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The manual provides a step by step description of how to use the software.

''Motivation.''' Analysing timelapse images is laborious for a variety of reasons.
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The manual available above provides a step by step description of how to use the software.

'''Motivation.''' Analysing timelapse images is laborious for a variety of reasons.
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!!! Tutorial
These steps are just to get you going. You can access Help describing
the system features via the Help menu.
# Download the software above.
# Get the images from your chief biologist, which should all be in a single folder. That folder must also contain the CodeTemplate.xml
# Start the program. Read the help, which you can then see again at any time via the Help menu.
# Click the load button, and go to a folder containing your timelapsed images. Note. The software assumes that the image names are in sequential alphabetic order, e.g., image001, image002, etc. If windows displays it in the correct sequence, then it should work.
# The first image should appear.

What I will make for you shortly
* an instructional video.
* documentation on how to create the CodeTemplate.xml file
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!!! Brief overview
The manual provides a step by step description of how to use
the software.
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# Download and unzip the sample images in the folder of your choice (or just use your own)
# Modify the CodeTemplate.xml to reflect the codes you want (if you want to test the system, you can always do this later)
# Copy the CodeTemplate.xml file to your images folder.
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!!! Source (for development)
* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.0.0.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.0.0]]
(for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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The above assumes a code template file is provided to you (one is in the sample images). If you are creating your own, you would do the following. However, the manual for this has not yet been created. Email saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca for instructions
# Use the Microsoft Xaml Pad editor to modify the CodeTemplate.xml to reflect the codes you want.
# Copy the CodeTemplate.xml file to your images folder.
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!!! Source (for development)
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Using a timelapse camera, scientists can track entities (people, wildlife) and conditions (weather, visibility) that occur in a particular place over time. Cameras are placed at strategic locations, where images are automatically taken at regular intervals (e.g., every 5 minutes, every hour). After collecting the camera's card, they visually examine each image and count/describe the entities and conditions of interest. The Timelapse Image Analyser, illustrated below, helps scientists do this last visual analysis and counting step.
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Using a timelapse camera, scientists can track entities (people, wildlife) and conditions (weather, visibility) that occur in a particular place over time. Cameras are placed at strategic locations, where images are automatically taken at regular intervals (e.g., every 5 minutes, every hour). After collecting the camera's card, they visually examine each image and count/describe the entities and conditions of interest. The Timelapse Image Analyser helps scientists do this last visual analysis and counting step.

In brief, the tool automatically goes through all images and extract information such as dates and times; it categorizes unusual images including dark (night time) and corrupted ones; it displays a series of 'codes' specific to the biologist's project, where the biologist can fill in codes by typing, selecting from menus or (for counting) simply by clicking on objects in the image. To help the biologist find things, it includes a magnifying glass as well as several image enhancement methods. All data is written to a file that can be opened in Excel
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'''Required'''
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* [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.0.1.zip | Timelapse Image Analyser ]] -- the program

'''Optional '''
These are needed to create and/or edit the Code Template file)
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!!! Image Sets for you to use to test the software
*
[[Attach:DutchLake-test.zip | Fishing Sample Images (small set)]]
* [[Attach:FisheriesTest.zip | Fishing Sample Images (large varied set)]]
* [[Attach:timelapse_images.zip | Wildlife Sample Images]]
* [[Attach
:timelapse_images-testdarkcorrupted.zip | Sample images including dark and corrupted]] (for development)

!!! Utilities
* [[Attach:RenumberImageFilesExec
.zip | Utility for renumbering image files]]
** Renames image files in a folder of the form name(number).jpg so that the number will have leading zeros, e.g., image(1).jpg will become image(00001).jpg. It aborts if even a single image file does not have a number between "()" in its name..
* [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=72d6aa49-787d-4118-ba5f-4f30fe913628&displaylang=en | Microsoft Xaml Pad]] for editing the XML template. There are others, but this one seems fine. Note that installs in C:/Program Files, so you will need admin permission.
* [[Attach:XamlTester.v8.zip| Xaml Tester]] for testing the look of your templates. NOTE: THIS IS OUT OF DATE
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* [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=72d6aa49-787d-4118-ba5f-4f30fe913628&displaylang=en | Microsoft Xaml Pad]] for editing the Code Template XML template. There are others, but this one seems fine. Note that installs in C:/Program Files, so you will need admin permission.

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[[#developers]]
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!!! Image Sets for testing the software
* [[Attach:timelapse_images-testdarkcorrupted.zip | Sample images including dark and corrupted]] (for development
* [[Attach:DutchLake-test.zip | Fishing Sample Images (small set)]]
* [[Attach:FisheriesTest.zip | Fishing Sample Images (large varied set)]]
* [[Attach:timelapse_images.zip | Wildlife Sample Images]]

!!! Utilities
* [[Attach:RenumberImageFilesExec.zip | Utility for renumbering image files]]
** Renames image files in a folder of the form name(number).jpg so that the number will have leading zeros, e.g., image(1).jpg will become image(00001).jpg. It aborts if even a single image file does not have a number between "()" in its name..
* [[Attach:XamlTester.v8.zip| Xaml Tester]] for testing the look of your templates. NOTE: THIS IS OUT OF DATE

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* [[Attach:TutorialImageSet.zip | Tutorial Image Set '-(zip file)-']] -- two image sets, where one is used in the manual and the other is for you to practice with
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* [[Attach:CodeTemplate.xml | A template]]: A template for you to modify for your own needs
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* [[Attach:tutorialImageSet.zip | Tutorial Image Set '-(zip file)-']] -- two image sets, where one is used in the manual and the other is for you to practice with
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Using a timelapse camera, scientists can track entities (people, wildlife) and conditions (weather, visibility) that occur in a particular place over time. Cameras are placed at strategic locations, where images are automatically taken at regular intervals (e.g., every 5 minutes, every hour). After collecting the camera's card, they visually examine each image and count/describe the entities and conditions of interest. The Timelapse Coder, illustrated below, helps scientists do this.
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Using a timelapse camera, scientists can track entities (people, wildlife) and conditions (weather, visibility) that occur in a particular place over time. Cameras are placed at strategic locations, where images are automatically taken at regular intervals (e.g., every 5 minutes, every hour). After collecting the camera's card, they visually examine each image and count/describe the entities and conditions of interest. The Timelapse Image Analyser, illustrated below, helps scientists do this last visual analysis and counting step.
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This manual is a step by step tutorial on how to use the timelapse too. We recommend you download the image set (as well as the program), so you can follow along by doing the operations on the images as illustrated in the tutorial.
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This step by step tutorial illustrates how to use the Timelapse Image Analyser. We recommend you download the image set (as well as the program), so you can follow along by doing the operations on the images as illustrated in the tutorial.
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* [[Attach:timelapseManual.pdf | Timelapse Manual '-(PDF)-']] (last edited May 9, 2011)
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This manual is a step by step tutorial on how to use the timelapse too. We recommend you download the image set (as well as the program), so you can follow along by doing the operations on the images as illustrated in the tutorial.
* [[Attach:timelapseManual.pdf | Timelapse Image Analysis Manual '-(PDF)-']] -- last edited May 9, 2011
* [[Attach:tutorialImageSet.zip | Tutorial Image Set '-(zip file)-']] -- contains two image sets
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* [[#manual| Tutorial Manual]]
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!!! Do you really want to use this software?
At this point, everything works (I think) but its still under active development. One issue is that user documentation is thin, especially on how to modify the CodeTemplate.xml file to your purposes. Currently, I am coaching the people using this software. If you do want to try this system, you should get in touch with me as well: saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca
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!!! Tutorial Manual
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'''Motivation.''' Analysing timelapse images is laborious for a variety of reasons.
* entities can be extremely small (e.g., a few pixels) and hard to spot
* when there are many entities, its easy to lose count of what has been counted versus what hasn't been counted
* data entry can be very repetitive
* non-interesting changes in an image may occur due to many reasons, e.g., wind, sun, clouds, shadows.

'''How the Timelapse Coder Helps.''' The Timelapse coder is designed to help scientists in several ways.
* Data coding is supported, where codes are tracked per image
* Data associated with the images are saved, so that the scientist can re-open the coder at a later time to review or add onto their work
* Through a scientist-defined file, the scientist can specify codes; the interface will automatically create controls for interacting with those codes. These include:
** freeform text comments
** choice selections via a menu
** counts by either entering a number or clicking on entities in an image (which marks that spot to avoid counting errors)

* In addition to the above, the system automatically generates certain coding information from the source images
** filename
** folder
** date the photo was taken (if it is included by the camera in the image metadata)
** time the photo was taken (if it is included by the camera in the image metadata)
** image quality, as either OK, or Corrupted (if not usable) or Dark (for detecting nighttime shots)

* For viewing and analyzing images for entities of interest, you can rapidly
** navigate through a large sequence of images
** move back and forth between several images in a sequence, which highlights changes
** compare the visual differences between this and surrounding images, which makes some things 'pop out' that are otherwise hard to see
** filter images to see only non-dark valid images, or all images, or dark and corrupted images only
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''Motivation.''' Analysing timelapse images is laborious for a variety of reasons.
* entities can be extremely small (e.g., a few pixels) and hard to spot
* when there are many entities, its easy to lose count of what has been counted versus what hasn't been counted
* data entry can be very repetitive
* non-interesting changes in an image may occur due to many reasons, e.g., wind, sun, clouds, shadows.

'''How the Timelapse Coder Helps.''' The Timelapse coder is designed to help scientists in several ways.
* Data coding is supported, where codes are tracked per image
* Data associated with the images are saved, so that the scientist can re-open the coder at a later time to review or add onto their work
* Through a scientist-defined file, the scientist can specify codes; the interface will automatically create controls for interacting with those codes. These include:
** freeform text comments
** choice selections via a menu
** counts by either entering a number or clicking on entities in an image (which marks that spot to avoid counting errors)

* In addition to the above, the system automatically generates certain coding information from the source images
** filename
** folder
** date the photo was taken (if it is included by the camera in the image metadata)
** time the photo was taken (if it is included by the camera in the image metadata)
** image quality, as either OK, or Corrupted (if not usable) or Dark (for detecting nighttime shots)

* For viewing and analyzing images for entities of interest, you can rapidly
** navigate through a large sequence of images
** move back and forth between several images in a sequence, which highlights changes
** compare the visual differences between this and surrounding images, which makes some things 'pop out' that are otherwise hard to see
** filter images to see only non-dark valid images, or all images, or dark and corrupted images only
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!!! Contents

* [[#download | Download and Installation]]
* [[#tutorials | Tutorials and Examples]]
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* [[#download | Download and Installation]]
* [[#tutorials | Tutorials and Examples]]
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(:title Timelapse Image Analyser :)
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* [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.0.0.1.zip | Timelapse Coder Executables]]
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* [[Attach:TimelapseExec1.0.1.zip | Timelapse Coder Executables]]
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.0.0.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.0.0]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.0.0.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.0.0]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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!!! Do you really want to use this now?
This is work in progress. While everything works, its still under active development. If you actually want to try this, you should probably get in touch with me: saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca
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!!! Do you really want to use this software?
At this point, everything works (I think) but its still under active development. One issue is that user documentation is thin, especially on how to modify the CodeTemplate.xml file to your purposes. Currently, I am coaching the people using this software. If you do want to try this system, you should get in touch with me as well: saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.0.0.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.0.0]] (for development)
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.0.0.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.0.0]] (for development) and [[TimelapseVersions|Version descriptions / Bug lists]]
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To do: create an instructional video. These steps are just to get you going. You can access Help describing the system features via the Help menu.
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These steps are just to get you going. You can access Help describing the system features via the Help menu.
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What I will make for you shortly
* an instructional video.
* documentation on how to create the CodeTemplate.xml file
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-1.0.0.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source, v.1.0.0]] (for development)
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!!! Tutorials and Examples
* [[Attach:Timelapse-version10.mov| Video for Mac]] or [[Attach:Timelapse-version10.mov| Video for PC]] Demonstration of working prototyep v.10]] Note that
the video and audio is not synced well.

# Click the load button, and go to a folder containing your timelapsed images. Note. The software assumes that the image names are in sequential alphabetic order, e.g., image001, image002, etc. If it appears in your folder in the correct order, then it should work.
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!!! Tutorial
To do: create an instructional video. These steps are just to get you going. You can access Help describing
the system features via the Help menu.
# Download the software above.
# Get the images from your chief biologist, which should all be in a single folder. That folder must also contain the CodeTemplate
.xml
# Start the program. Read the help, which you can then see again at any time via the Help menu.
# Click the load button, and go to a folder containing your timelapsed images. Note. The software assumes that the image names are in sequential alphabetic order, e.g., image001, image002, etc. If windows displays it in the correct sequence
, then it should work.
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# Use the left/right arrow keys to go backwards/forwards, or the slider to scroll through your images.
# When you see an entity on your image (e.g., a goat), click the appropriate counter button at the top (currently you have to unclick the others - this will be fixed). Then click on the entity. A red circle will appear over it, and the counter will be incremented. Note: still have to add the ability to delete the circle and decrement the counter in case of error.
# Click the up/down arrow keys to see a composite of the current image and next orprevious image; this composite will be one that illustrates the visual differences between these image pairs. Some things may 'jump out' visually that may be hard to see otherwise.
# Its also helpful to left/right arrow, which sometimes reveals what has moved or is present on an image.
# press the M key to toggle the appearance of a magnifying glass. If you press U the zoom increases, while D will decrease the zoom. SOme interface things still have to be fixed there.
# The current version does NOT yet store the counting data. Also, coding fields specific to your needs have yet to be added.

!!!To do and Feature List :
* Need to buffer (?) images on each side of the current image being viewed, so that image loading is rapid. We can't load all images into memory, as it breaks if the images are very large and the data set is large.
* marks should reflect the active toggle button e.g., color


!!! Bug List :
* have the mag. glass position move so it is never clipped when the cursor is near the edges.

!!!Fixed
V37
** Counters can be typed into, where only numbers are recognized
** Marks appear in the magnification glass
V35
* Lots of changes
** The template now contains a Tooltip field that lets the template creator describe what the control does
** The template now contains a DataLabel field that lets the template creator specify an alternate label for the column header in the spreadsheet (if its missing or empty, the Label field is used instead)
** Filters work, where one can view all images, dark images, corrupted images, or all but the dark and corrupted images
** Way more robust. Lots of error handling, checking, and error messages added

V28
* Lots of changes
** reading of files is more robust, where it checks for corrupted files and substitutes an image marked 'corrupted' for that
** adds a data control and field that marks if an image is ok, corrupted, or dark (for nighttime)
** adds robust combined differencing across two differenced images as well as robust image differencing, where it checks to make sure it can do the operation.

V24
* A major change.
** It now reads/writes all data
** It creates a csv file mirroring the data that can be read into excel
** It begins with a help screen
** It now uses a standard menu as well as keyboard shortcuts
** The magnifying glass always displays a portion of the real image, even when differences are on
** A prototype view (accessed by F1) shows what white marks are common between the two differenced images. This seems better, but needs to be tested. Its also slow and can be made more efficient.
** Similarly a stub is in there that looks for dark images. Its works, but also too slow when there are lots of large images.
V18
* A major change. It now reads in a template file and generates the UI code controls from that template. This involved a considerable upgrade.
* codes can be specified by the user via an XML editor. Types now include: Freeform text, counters, fixed choices (menu), plus default file name , folder path, data and time codes.
* Counters work properly
* Added a status bar at the bottom that shows the current image number, total images. It also shows a progress bar during lpading
V17
* This is a reasonably stable version that uses fixed codes.
*Generalize all focus
* made the magnifying glass disappear when the cursor is off the image
* Markers can delete
V14
* Added a magnifying glass with adjustable zoom levels.
V13
* Put in a check so it doesn't try to write the XML file if nothing has been loaded
* Put in a confirmation dialog box on exit on whether to write the XML file
* Changed get/set properties to more concise format
* bounds checking for differencing of images (i.e., which other image to difference with)
* Differencing now goes forward and backwards with arrow keys
* Focus issue fixed for the textbox and form
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Using a timelapse camera, scientists can track entities (people, wildlife) and conditions (weather, visibility) that occur in a particular place over time. Cameras are placed at strategic locations, where images are automatically taken at regular intervals (e.g., every 5 minutes, every hour). After collecting the camera's card, they visually examine each image and count/describe the entities and conditions of interest. The Timelapse Coder, illustrated below, helps scientists do this.
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Using a timelapse camera, scientists can track entities (people, wildlife) and conditions (weather, visibility) that occur in a particular place over time. Cameras are placed at strategic locations, where images are automatically taken at regular intervals (e.g., every 5 minutes, every hour). After collecting the camera's card, they visually examine each image and count/describe the entities and conditions of interest.

This
is laborious for a variety of reasons.
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'''Motivation.''' Analysing
timelapse images is laborious for a variety of reasons.
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The Timelapse coder is designed to help scientists in several ways.
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'''How the Timelapse Coder Helps.''' The Timelapse coder is designed to help scientists in several ways.
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** image quality, as either OK, or Corrupted (if not usable) or Dark (for detecting nighttime shots)
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** filter images to see only non-dark valid images, or all images, or dark and corrupted images only
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This is work in progress. While everything here sort of works, its under very very active development. If you actually want to try this, you should probably get in touch with me: saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca
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This is work in progress. While everything works, its still under active development. If you actually want to try this, you should probably get in touch with me: saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca
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* [[Attach:timelapse_images-testdarkcorrupted.zip | Sample images including dark and corrupted]] (for development)
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* [[Attach:XamlTester.v8.zip| Xaml Tester]] for testing the look of your templates
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* [[Attach:XamlTester.v8.zip| Xaml Tester]] for testing the look of your templates. NOTE: THIS IS OUT OF DATE
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# Download and unzip the sample images in the folder of your choice
# Add a template to the images folder. If you aren't sure, just use the template.xml file
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# Download and unzip the sample images in the folder of your choice (or just use your own)
# Modify the CodeTemplate.xml to reflect the codes you want (if you want to test the system, you can always do this later)
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# If you want to count something
** click on the counter representing the thing you want to count
** left click on the thing you want to count on the image - it will draw a marker on the image
** right click to delete that marker
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* [[Attach:DutchLake-test.zip | Fishing Sample Images]]
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* [[Attach:DutchLake-test.zip | Fishing Sample Images (small set)]]
* [[Attach:FisheriesTest.zip | Fishing Sample Images (large varied set)
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* better feedback on loading (e.g., with XML)
* Potential bug: getDateTimeFromString assumes the string is in the form "DD/MM/YY HH:MM:SS", and it splits it into a date and time. This is dependant on the metadata stored in the JPG image, so I am not sure it will always work. Definitely needs testing.
* Potential bug: some people rename files as foo1, foo2, foo10 which won't be read in correctly.
* make date/time editable.
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** The template now contains a Tooltip field that lets the template creator describe what the control does
** The template now contains a DataLabel field that lets the template creator specify an alternate label for the column header in the spreadsheet (if its missing or empty, the Label field is used instead)
** Filters work, where one can view all images, dark images, corrupted images, or all but the dark and corrupted images
** Way more robust. Lots of error handling, checking, and error messages added

V28
* Lots of changes
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* [[Attach:CodeTemplate.xml | A template]]: A template for you to modify for your own needs
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!!! Image Sets
* [[Attach:DutchLake-test.zip | Sample Images]]: Sample images for you to use to test the software
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[[Attach:timelapse_images.zip | Sample Images]]: Sample images for you to use to test the software
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!!! Image Sets for you to use to test the software
* [[Attach:DutchLake-test.zip | Fishing Sample Images]]
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* [[Attach:TimelapseExec.zip | Timelapse Coder Executables]]
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* [[Attach:Timelapse-v30.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source]] (for development)
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V28
* Lots of changes
** reading of files is more robust, where it checks for corrupted files and substitutes an image marked 'corrupted' for that
** adds a data control and field that marks if an image is ok, corrupted, or dark (for nighttime)
** adds robust combined differencing across two differenced images as well as robust image differencing, where it checks to make sure it can do the operation.
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* Store the counting data
* Make the counting data an array, and associate it with its corresponding control
* Need to buffer about 15 (?)
images on each side of the current image being viewed, so that image loading is rapid. We can't load all images into memory, as it breaks if the images are very large and the data set is large.
* something to hide the marks on an image
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* Need to buffer (?) images on each side of the current image being viewed, so that image loading is rapid. We can't load all images into memory, as it breaks if the images are very large and the data set is large.
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* When reading file paths from an XML data file where the folder has moved produces an error
* Cancelling a load can produce an error
* check limits to the zoom of the magnifying glass (shouldn't go below real size)
* M/U/D toggle the magnifying glass and zoom even though its being entered in the checkbox. Focus issue. (Rats, it worked before!!!)
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V24
* A major change.
** It now reads/writes all data
** It creates a csv file mirroring the data that can be read into excel
** It begins with a help screen
** It now uses a standard menu as well as keyboard shortcuts
** The magnifying glass always displays a portion of the real image, even when differences are on
** A prototype view (accessed by F1) shows what white marks are common between the two differenced images. This seems better, but needs to be tested. Its also slow and can be made more efficient.
** Similarly a stub is in there that looks for dark images. Its works, but also too slow when there are lots of large images.
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* [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=72d6aa49-787d-4118-ba5f-4f30fe913628&displaylang=en | Microsoft Xaml Pad]] for editing the XML template. There are others, but this one seems fine.
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* [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=72d6aa49-787d-4118-ba5f-4f30fe913628&displaylang=en | Microsoft Xaml Pad]] for editing the XML template. There are others, but this one seems fine. Note that installs in C:/Program Files, so you will need admin permission.
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!!! Do you really want to use this now?
This is work in progress. While everything here sort of works, its under very very active development. If you actually want to try this, you should probably get in touch with me: saul.greenberg@ucalgary.ca
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* Have to add file saving back in
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V18
* A major change. It now reads in a template file and generates the UI code controls from that template. This involved a considerable upgrade.
* codes can be specified by the user via an XML editor. Types now include: Freeform text, counters, fixed choices (menu), plus default file name , folder path, data and time codes.
* Counters work properly
* Added a status bar at the bottom that shows the current image number, total images. It also shows a progress bar during lpading
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* [[Attach:XamlTester.v8| Xaml Tester]] for testing the look of your templates
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* [[Attach:TimelapseExec.zip | Timelapse Coder Executables]] (for trying)
* [[Attach:Timelapse-v18.zip | Timelapse Coder Program Source]] (for development)
* [[Attach:timelapse_images.zip | Sample Images]]: Sample images for you to use to test the software
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!!! Image Sets
* [[Attach:timelapse_images.zip | Sample Images]]: Sample images for you to use to test the software

!!! Utilities
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!!! Source (for development)
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* it automatically generates certain coding information from the source images
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* Data coding is supported, where codes are tracked per image
* Data associated with the images are saved, so that the scientist can re-open the coder at a later time to review or add onto their work
* Through a scientist-defined file, the scientist can specify codes; the interface will automatically create controls for interacting with those codes. These include:
** freeform text comments
** choice selections via a menu
** counts by either entering a number or clicking on entities in an image (which marks that spot to avoid counting errors)

* In addition to the above, the system
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** data and time photo was taken (if it is included by the camera in the image metadata)
* people can rapidly navigate through a large sequence of images
* people can rapidly move back and forth between several
images in a sequence, which highlights changes
* data coding is supported, where codes are tracked per image
** freeform text comments
** choice selections via
a menu
** counts by either entering a number or clicking on entities in an image (which marks that spot to avoid counting errors)
* Data and time is associated with each image, so that the scientist can re-open the coder at a later time without concern of data loss.
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** date the photo was taken (if it is included by the camera in the image metadata)
** time the photo was taken (if it is included by the camera in the image metadata)

* For viewing and analyzing
images for entities of interest, you can rapidly
** navigate through a large sequence of images
** move back and forth between several images in
a sequence, which highlights changes
** compare the visual differences between this and surrounding images, which makes some things 'pop out' that are otherwise hard to see
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V17
* This is a reasonably stable version that uses fixed codes.
*Generalize all focus
* made the magnifying glass disappear when the cursor is off the image
* Markers can delete
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* [[Attach:RenumberImageFilesExec.zip | Utility for renumbering image files]]
** Renames image files in a folder of the form name(number).jpg so that the number will have leading zeros, e.g., image(1).jpg will become image(00001).jpg. It aborts if even a single image file does not have a number between "()" in its name..
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!!!To do and Feature List :
* Allow deletion of individual marks
* Store the counting data
* Make the counting data an array, and associate it with its corresponding control
* Need to buffer about 15 (?) images on each side of the current image being viewed, so that image loading is rapid. We can't load all images into memory, as it breaks if the images are very large and the data set is large.
* Configuration dialog so codes can be specified by the user. Types should include: Freeform text, counters, list selection
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* Allow deletion of individual marks
* Store the counting data
* Make the counting data an array, and associate it with its corresponding control
* Need to buffer about 15 (?) images on each side of the current image being viewed, so that image loading is rapid. We can't load all images into memory, as it breaks if the images are very large and the data set is large.
* Zoom. We need to be able to zoom into the image. Not sure if a magnifying glass or just zoom the image approach is better
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# Click the load button, and go to a folder containing your timelapsed images. Note. The software assumes that the image names are in sequential alphabetic order, e.g., image001, image002, etc. If it appears in your folder in the correct order, then it should work.
# The first image should appear.
# Use the left/right arrow keys to go backwards/forwards, or the slider to scroll through your images.
# When you see an entity on your image (e.g., a goat), click the appropriate counter button at the top (currently you have to unclick the others - this will be fixed). Then click on the entity. A red circle will appear over it, and the counter will be incremented. Note: still have to add the ability to delete the circle and decrement the counter in case of error.
# Click the up/down arrow keys to see a composite of the current image and next orprevious image; this composite will be one that illustrates the visual differences between these image pairs. Some things may 'jump out' visually that may be hard to see otherwise.
# Its also helpful to left/right arrow, which sometimes reveals what has moved or is present on an image.
# press the M key to toggle the appearance of a magnifying glass. If you press U the zoom increases, while D will decrease the zoom. SOme interface things still have to be fixed there.
# The current version does NOT yet store the counting data. Also, coding fields specific to your needs have yet to be added.
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* Differencing should be both forward and backwards. Currently only backwards
* Focus issue. I can't get the focus out of the textbox on return, and I think the trackbar is consuming my arrow keys.
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* need to show Number of images in the folder

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* Potential bug: some people rename files as foo1, foo2, foo10 which won't be read in correctly.
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* Partially done: When you up enter 'd', it toggles between the current image and its difference with the previous frame. Need to make it work better.
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!!!Fixed
V13
* Put in a check so it doesn't try to write the XML file if nothing has been loaded
* Put in a confirmation dialog box on exit on whether to write the XML file
* Changed get/set properties to more concise format
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[[#tutorials]]
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!!! Tutorials and Examples
* [[Attach:Timelapse-version10.mov| Video for Mac]] or [[Attach:Timelapse-version10.mov| Video for PC]] Demonstration of working prototyep v.10]] Note that the video and audio is not synced well.
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!!! Tutorials and Examples
* [[Attach:Timelapse-version10.mov| Video for Mac]] or [[Attach:Timelapse-version10.mov| Video for PC]] Demonstration of working prototyep v.10]] Note that the video and audio is not synced well.
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Biologists, fisheries people, and other scientists track entities (people, wildlife) and conditions (weather, visibility) that occur in a particular place over time. To do this, they often install a timelapse camera at strategic locations, where images are automatically taken at regular intervals (e.g., every 5 minutes, every hour). Periodically, they collect the card. They then visually examine each image and count or describe the entities and conditions of interest.
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Using a timelapse camera, scientists can track entities (people, wildlife) and conditions (weather, visibility) that occur in a particular place over time. Cameras are placed at strategic locations, where images are automatically taken at regular intervals (e.g., every 5 minutes, every hour). After collecting the camera's card, they visually examine each image and count/describe the entities and conditions of interest.
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!!! Links

* None

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(:title Timelapse Coder: Finding and coding information from timelapse photographs :)
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Biologists, fisheries people, and other scientists track entities (people, wildlife) and conditions (weather, visibility) that occur in a particular place over time. To do this, they often install a timelapse camera at strategic locations, where images are automatically taken at regular intervals (e.g., every 5 minutes, every hour). Periodically, they collect the card. They then visually examine each image and count or describe the entities and conditions of interest.

This is laborious for a variety of reasons.
* entities can be extremely small (e.g., a few pixels) and hard to spot
* when there are many entities, its easy to lose count of what has been counted versus what hasn't been counted
* data entry can be very repetitive
* non-interesting changes in an image may occur due to many reasons, e.g., wind, sun, clouds, shadows.

The Timelapse coder is designed to help scientists in several ways.
* it automatically generates certain coding information from the source images
** filename
** folder
** data and time photo was taken (if it is included by the camera in the image metadata)
* people can rapidly navigate through a large sequence of images
* people can rapidly move back and forth between several images in a sequence, which highlights changes
* data coding is supported, where codes are tracked per image
** freeform text comments
** choice selections via a menu
** counts by either entering a number or clicking on entities in an image (which marks that spot to avoid counting errors)

!!! Contents

* [[#download | Download and Installation]]
* [[#recipes | Recipes, How-To's]]
* [[#tutorials | Tutorials and Examples]]
* [[#links | Links]]
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[[#download]]
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!!! Download, Installation and Use

* [[Attach:xxx.zip | Timelapse Coder]]: See [[#TimelapseCoderInstallationInstructions | Installation Instructions]]
* [[Attach:timelapse_images.zip | Sample Images]]: Sample images for you to use to test the software

[[#TimelapseCoderInstallationInstructions ]]
!!! TimeLapse Coder Installation Instructions:
# Download and unzip the installation in the folder of your choice
# Download and unzip the sample images in the folder of your choice
# Run Timelapse.exe
# Click the Load button and point to the folder containing your images

Note. The software assumes that the image names are in sequential order, e.g., image1, image2, etc. If it appears in your folder in the correct order, then it should work.

!!! Bug List :
* Don't have counting being stored yet.
* x's added by marking are not in window-independent coordinates. It needs to be in the correct place if an image is resized
*

!!!Feature List :
* Need to buffer about 15 (?) images on each side of the current image being viewed, so that image loading is rapid. We can't load all images into memory, as it breaks if the images are very large and the data set is large.
* When you up and down arrow, it should toggle between the image and the difference between this image and the next / previous frame. This is an experiment to see if it makes it easier to spot the differences
* Zoom. We need to be able to zoom into the image. Not sure if a magnifying glass or just zoom the image approach is better
* Configuration dialog so codes can be specified by the user. Types should include: Freeform text, counters, list selection
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[[#links]]
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!!! Links

* None

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[[#tutorials]]
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!!! Tutorials and Examples

* (Under Construction)