dear matlab developers,
i have a double matrix (MxN). is there a way to convert it to RGB?
when i use imagesc(matrix), all the values are color coded and displayed, but is there a way to write the RGB values into a new array (MxNx3)?
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I wonder if this is what you mean, Philipp?
% Say this is the given matrix: G = rand(10,10)*300 - 100; % Use IMAGESC to plot G. figure('pos',[100 100 1000 800]); % colormap(copper) % You realize this affects final image (H)? subplot(1,2,1) imagesc(G); title('IMAGESC (MxN)') % Now make an RGB image that matches display from IMAGESC: C = colormap; % Get the figure's colormap. L = size(C,1); % Scale the matrix to the range of the map. Gs = round(interp1(linspace(min(G(:)),max(G(:)),L),1:L,G)); H = reshape(C(Gs,:),[size(Gs) 3]); % Make RGB image from scaled. subplot(1,2,2) image(H) % Does this image match the other one? title('IMAGE (MxNx3)')
rgbImage = cat(3, redChannel, greenChannel, blueChannel);
Cast to uint8 if you want to display or save to a file. Scale to 0-255 if it's not already in that range. mat2gray() might help.