Start by opening Fiji and clicking on the ImageJ toolbar, then press the key '[' to open the Fiji script editor
You will get an empty Script Editor
Let's write something in Python (note to Python developers: this is "Jython" which implements a subset of Python, and does not include numpy and related libraries)
# @SciView svsv.addSphere()print('My first script!')
But this needs some explanation, so let's go line by line
# @SciView sv
This line means that this script needs an instance of SciView, and it will use an existing window if one already exists. The SciView instance will be named
This line is fairly straightforward and simply adds a new
Sphere with default parameters, e.g. at position (0,0,0), with grey color, and a radius of 1.
print('My first script!')
This line is normal Python code that displays "My first script!" in the console. You can use these print statements to help debug your code in more advanced scripts.