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Suppress printing of MIJ output

Asked by JWall
on 1 May 2017
Latest activity Answered by Kevin Gleason on 4 May 2017
I am using MIJ so that I can call ImageJ plugins from Matlab. At some point in my code, I open images, use the plugin and then use the line: pixel_translation = MIJ.getResultsTable; This does save the results table into my desired variable, but it also for some reason prints the result to the Matlab command window, which is really annoying as the results table has hundreds of lines of numbers. Any way to prevent this?
Related, I have called Miji(false) in order to open ImageJ functionality without the gui. However, when I open images with Matlab (MIJ.run('Open...', image_name), the images still open. I am just trying to run an ImageJ plugin and get the numbers out of it into Matlab, so it would be ideal if I could do this without anything printing or opening at all!

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Answer by Kevin Gleason on 4 May 2017
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One possible solution is wrapping the call in an "evalc" to capture all output. You can then suppress the output of the evalc call:
It might also be worth it to reach out to the author of the MIJ library.

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