Fiji (software) and Our Lady of Fatima High School, Aligarh

Fiji (Fiji Is Just ImageJ) is an open source image processing package based on ImageJ.

Fiji's main purpose is to provide a distribution of ImageJ with many bundled plugins. Fiji features an integrated updating system and aims to provide users with a coherent menu structure, extensive documentation in the form of detailed algorithm descriptions and tutorials, and the ability to avoid the need to install multiple components from different sources.

Fiji is also targeted at developers, through the use of a version control system, an issue tracker, dedicated development channels and a rapid-prototyping infrastructure in the form of a script editor which supports BeanShell, Jython, JRuby and other scripting languages, as well as Just-In-Time Java development.

Contents 1 Plugins 2 Audience 3 Development 4 Script Editor 5 Supported platforms 6 References 7 External links

Plugins

Many plugins exist for ImageJ, with a wide range of applications, but also a wide range of quality.

Further, some plugins require specific versions of ImageJ, specific versions of third-party libraries, or additional Java components such as the Java compiler or Java3D.

One of Fiji's principal aims is to make the installation of ImageJ, Java, Java 3D, the plugins, and further convenient components, as easy as possible. As a consequence, Fiji enjoys more and more active users. Audience

While Fiji was originally intended for neuro-scientists (and continues to be so), it accumulated enough functionality to attract scientists from a variety of fields, such as cell biology, parasitology, genetics, life sciences in general, material science, etc. As stated on the official website, the primary focus is "life sciences", although Fiji provides many tools helping with scientific image analysis in general.

Fiji is most popular in the Life sciences community, where the 3D Viewer helps visualizing data obtained through light microscopy, and for which Fiji provides registration, segmentation and other advanced image processing algorithms.

The Fiji component TrakEM2 was successfully used and enhanced to analyze neuronal lineages in larval Drosophila brains.

Fiji was prominently featured in Nature Methods review supplement on visualization Development

Fiji is fully Open Source; its sources live in a Git repository (see the homepage for details).

Fiji was accepted as organization into the Google Summer of Code 2009, and completed two projects.

The scripting framework, which supports Javascript, Jython, JRuby, Clojure, BeanShell and other languages, is an integral part of the development of Fiji; many developers prototype their plugins in one of the mentioned scripting languages, and gradually turn the prototypes into proper Java code. To this end, as one of the aforementioned Google Summer of Code projects, a script editor was added with syntax highlighting and in-place code execution.

The scripting framework is included in the Fiji releases, so that advanced users can use such scripts in their common workflow.

The development benefits from occasional hackathons, where life scientists with computational background meet and improve their respective plugins of interest. Script Editor

The script editor in Fiji supports rapid prototyping of scripts and ImageJ plugins, making Fiji a powerful tool to develop new image processing algorithms and explore new image processing techniques with ImageJ. Supported platforms

Fiji runs on Windows, Linux and MacOSX, Intel 32-bit or 64-bit, with limited support for MacOSX/PPC.

Our Lady of Fatima High School, Aligarh and Fiji (software)

The stage for hosting functions

Our Lady of Fatima High School is a Catholic school in Aligarh, India, affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education board located at Ramghat Road, Aligarh. The principal is Sr. Deepti.

Our Lady of Fatima was established in 1961, and was the first English medium school in Aligarh. It is managed by Catholic missionary nuns. The school runs a program for educating underprivileged children in the evenings.

Contents 1 Curriculum 2 SUMMER CAMP 2012 3 Extracurricular activities 4 Uniform 5 Golden Jubilee 2010–11 6 Achievements 7 References 8 See also

Curriculum students enjoying lunch during recess hour

The academic curriculum includes mathematics, English, Hindi Language and Urdu or Sanskrit as third language (in Classes VI to VIII), social studies(history, civics, geography, economics), science(physics, chemistry, biology ), art. Other subjects include computer studies, moral science and physical health education.

Class 10 students are prepared for the board exams. They sit for Pre-board examination before the CBSE conduct examinations. The books are published by National Council of Educational Research and Training and Private Book Companies. Grading system has been started from the academic year 2010–2011. SUMMER CAMP 2012

The school organized a summer camp this year. Basketball, football and table tennis were the main games. Extracurricular activities Games and sports

Besides the mandatory Physical Health Education class (also known as Games period), students go to school during the evening to participate in the games and sports. Activities include Cricket (Captain), Soccer, Basketball and Volleyball. The Students of the school are known over the years to win many awards both at the state and National level. Intellectual skills and competitions

Students participate in Science and General Knowledge quizzes held among the local schools. Some of the competitions are held by National Talent Search Examination and University of New south Wales competition. Other competitions are held in debating, elocution, dramatics and creative writing. Uniform

The uniform in summer is a white shirt and navy blue trouser for boys and navy blue skirt for girls under 8th class and salwar kameez for girls in 8th class and above, with white socks for both. Until 2000 the uniform was a white shirt with gray trousers/skirts. The uniform in Winter is White Full Sleeves shirt for boys and navy blue full sleeves kameez for girls in 8th class or above. With Navy blue blazer, navy blue sweater, and all the summer garments. Golden Jubilee 2010–11

Our Lady of Fatima Higher Secondary School is preparing for a Golden Jubilee Function after completing its 50 years of excellence in field of academic, interactive, sports and competitive skills. The School was first English Medium School in Aligarh and has remained a pivotal source of education, not only literation in the top schools in Aligarh. School has also invited the alumni of school for a grand Get-Together function in Golden Jubilee .The Golden Year had a grand opening in 2010 with different types of cultural, art and sports programs. Achievements 90 Students secured CGPA 10 in CBSE 10th boards in 2011. It participates in the various olympiads and many students qualify in the various levels of the exam. 79 Students CGPA 10 in CBSE 10th boards in 2012. More than 80 students Scored 10 CGPA in 2013-14 Board Exams. Every Year Most Of the students Of Class 10 score 10 CGPA.
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