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Have you tried these scripts which inluded in CS3? File > Automate > Picture Package File > Automate > Web Photo Gallery File > Automate > Photo Merge These are some usefull tools to do thing like that you wanted.
Given you want something simpler than you already have it might be easier to batch resize the images outside of InDesign. Within InDesign you could use Empty Frames as the placeholders (which is what they are) Then Place and select all of the images you wish to place: Then actually place them by clicking on the frames: Finally, select all images ...
This is called Plexus effect. There are plugins for doing exactly that in AE (because you can add the blur to planes and movement and other effects). To recreate this is Ai you can: 1. do it in AE then export to Ai 2. use script called AllPoints found at http://www.wundes.com/JS4AI/ and then put dots manually (but this connect ALL point to ALL points ...
The best statistical tool for this kind of pixel analysis is a "histogram." Typical ones divide an image vertically by percentage and 256 columns wide for each of different luminances from black to white. You can capture a histogram for each of the image colour channels you wish to compare. They can be viewed separately by channels such as red, green, blue, ...
Check out this plugin from rorohiko : https://www.rorohiko.com/wordpress/indesign-downloads/framereporter/
I just created a signage template in Word using a full (11 x 8-1/2 in) page 300 ppi png image as a header, scaled to 100% and mechanically oriented (advanced image formatting) to 0/0 horz/vert alignment. Final file size of the Word template file is 133 KB. Allows graphic formatting of the entire page while maintaining margin control for the overlying text. ...
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