On 17 Dec 1995, BIOCHEMISTRY.COM wrote:
> I think that in a previous thread, someone said that you can use the
> current NIH Image program (intended for a Mac) on a PC, if you run it in
> conjunction with the Mac emulator 'Executor'. Executor is available over
> the net as a 10 minute demo version which can be unlocked once you
> cough-up the $49 registration fee. I have not tried Image on this, but
> the emulator runs very well.
Yep. I have tried that too, and Image works pretty well. I have run
Executor and Image in a Pentium 100 MHz computer, and the speed is about
the same as in a Mac II. For what I'm doing -analyzing digitized Western
blots and fluorometries from TnT experiments- it works very well, for
more complex tasks... well, I still don't know, but i'll know soon.