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Select objects in binary image

`J = bwselect3(V,C,R,P)`

`J = bwselect3(X,Y,Z,V,Xi,Yi,Zi)`

`[J] = bwselect3(___,N)`

`[J,idx] = bwselect3(___)`

`[X,Y,Z,J,Xi,Yi,Zi] = bwselect3(___)`

`[X,Y,Z,J,idx,Xi,Yi,Zi] = bwselect3(___)`

returns the binary volume `J`

= bwselect3(`V`

,`C`

,`R`

,`P`

)`J`

containing the objects that overlap
the pixel location
(`R`

,`C`

,`P`

).
`R`

,`C`

, and `P`

are
scalars or equal-length vectors that specify the row, column, and plane index of the
pixel location. Objects are connected sets of pixels with the value
`1`

.

If you specify `R`

,`C`

, and
`P`

as vectors, `J`

contains the set of
objects overlapping with any of the pixels
(R(*k*),C(*k*),P(*k*)), where
*k* is an index into the vector.

`bwlabel`

| `bwselect`

| `imfill`

| `regionfill`

| `roipoly`

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