This is the minimum absolute intensity difference which must be observed for a pixel to be counted as moving. Increasing this value will cut down on the noise of misidentified moving pixels, at the expense of a reduction in sensitivity for moving particles with low signal to noise.
This value says how many frames apart from the source frame the pluin will look to compare images to indentify moving pixels. You should aim to specify the minimum number of frames needed for a particle to move a distance greater than its length.
If you want to do manual analysis of the tracked regions identified then selecting this option will cause the program to write out a file alongside your image which contains the full tracked positions for every particle.
Sets a lower cutoff for the amount of signal which the program will use when tracking.
Sets the minimum number of adjacent pixels which will count as a particle to be tracked.
Says how far apart two particles can be in adjacent frames to be connected to start a new track. You should set this to the maximum distance which could be covered by a particle in one frame.
Says how far from its predicted position a particle can be to allow it to still be associated with an existing track.
Particles which have been tracked for fewer frames than this value will not be included in the aggregate statistics calculated for the movie.