Workstations are expensive and the access is often limited. We developed several ImageJ-plugins to build the basis for a multi-parametric imaging platform for ImageJ. ImageJ is a flexible and extendable image processing software that runs with Windows, MacOS and Linux. With qMapIt the researcher has a graphical user interface to selectively import DICOM files and to perform multi-core supported data analysis. Whether relaxation time analysis for T1, T2, T2*, T1ρ, or various diffusion models, or velocity mapping, or vessel size imaging, or pharmacokinetic modelling you name it. Every step can also be addressed in a macro script to automate the workflow. To reduce programming overhead and to speed up the plugin development a fitting and visualisation framework is embedded.