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2002.01.16 11:07 "How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Bad Badtz
2002.01.16 14:52 "RE: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Paul Beaty
2002.01.21 03:06 "RE: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Bad Badtz
2002.01.21 05:21 "Re: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Peter Montgomery
2002.01.21 13:19 "Re: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Martí Maria
2002.01.21 10:47 "Re: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Bad Badtz
2002.01.21 16:13 "Re: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Martí Maria
2002.01.21 15:24 "RE: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Michael DeChaine
2002.01.21 16:33 "RE: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Bob Friesenhahn
2002.01.21 17:23 "Re: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Daniel McCoy
2002.01.21 23:26 "Re: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Martí Maria
2002.01.21 19:57 "Re: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Daniel McCoy
2002.01.23 04:18 "Re: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Kevin D. Quitt
2002.01.24 05:07 "Re: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Kevin D. Quitt
2002.01.25 14:27 "Re: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Thomas Kumlehn
2002.01.16 16:12 "Re: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Martí Maria
2002.01.24 01:47 "Re: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Bad Badtz

2002.01.21 15:24 "RE: How to interpret 16-bit GrayScale image?", by Michael DeChaine

Just a quick note: If you've got to deal with 16-bit grayscale images, I recommend looking at the ImageJ program. It's open-source imaging software for working with scientific and medical images. It supports 16-bit grayscale, and even 32-bit floating point grayscale. Very handy. It can do the conversion to a Windows bitmap after adjusting contrast, etc., but you will lose the 16-bit precision. Take a look at:

http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/

- Michael