Open the project file and run the bottom node
Import image (red arrow 1). Chose the
Cache intermediate results option to see the outcome from all nodes. Observe the cache (red arrow 2) and notice that the image has multiple channels (red arrow 3). In order to split the channels, search for a suitable node (red arrow 4) with the keyword split (red arrow 5). Choose the
Split channels node (red arrow 6) and add it to the pipeline (red arrow 7).
This image is from the standard ImageJ samples, described in ImageJ as follows:
We can add this information as a comment to the pipeline. Use the search bar (red arrow 1) to find the
Comment node (red arrow 2)
Comment node to the GUI (red arrow 1). Link the node to the Folder list node (red arrow 2) (or to any node).
Comment node does not execute any command, only stores additional information. The information can be text or image(s). We copy the text from the ImageJ info box into the node using the Description field (red arrow 3), using the text (red line 4) and the RGB-converted image from the image viewer of the
Import image node (red arrow 5). The image can be added via the
Image tab (red arrow 6), using e.g., the clipboard content (red arrow 7).
Here we used the image viewer export function, after having converted the image into RGB, as described in another tutorial.