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Asked by Tomas
on 17 Oct 2012

Hi

I'm looking for a matlab code which estimates the two principal directions (axes) using principal components analysis (PCA)?? Then any an other algorithm can be applied to estimate the asymmetry of the region of image in terms of the two principal axis. I tried several times to implement it and I looked everywhere to no avail. Now I ask my question on this forum hoping to get the right answer. thanks

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Answer by Sachin
on 17 Oct 2012

Refer below link:

http://matlabdatamining.blogspot.jp/2010/02/principal-components-analysis.html

Hope it will be useful.

Answer by Tomas
on 17 Oct 2012

Edited by Tomas
on 18 Oct 2012

I tried to do this code but i need your help please

I2=segmentation(I); [n m] = size(I2); AMean = mean(I2); co=I2*I2'; % Compute the covariance matrix (co) % Compute the eigen values and eigen vectors of the covariance matrix [eigvector,eigvl]=eig(co); eigvalue = diag(eigvl); pc = eigvector * I2; plot(pc(1,:),pc(2,:))

Tomas
on 18 Oct 2012

Hi

I'm looking for a matlab code which estimates the two principal directions (axes) using principal components analysis (PCA)?? Then any an other algorithm can be applied to estimate the asymmetry of the region of interest of the segmented image in terms of the two principal axis. I tried to do this code but it doesn't work so i need your help.

Answer by Tomas
on 18 Oct 2012

Edited by Tomas
on 18 Oct 2012

Hi, Can any one please correct this code

A=imread('aeroplane silhouette.png'); bw=~im2bw(A,0.5); %Threshold and invert subplot(1,2,1), imshow(bw,[]); [y,x]=find(bw>0.5); %Get coordinates of non zero pixels centroid=mean([x y]); %Get (centroid) of data hold on; plot(centroid(1),centroid(2),'rd'); %Plot shape centroid C=cov([x y]); %Calculate covariance of coordinates [U,S]=eig(C) m=U(2,1)./U(1,1); const=centroid(2)/m.*centroid(1); xl=50:450; yl=m.*xl+const subplot(1,2,2), imshow(bw,[]); h=line(xl,yl); %Display image and axes set(h,'Color',[1 0 0],'LineWidth',2.0) m2=U(2,2)./U(1,2); const=centroid(2)/m2.*centroid(1); x2=50:450; y2=m2.*x2+const h=line(x2,y2); set(h,'Color',[1 0 0], 'LineWidth',2.0)

you find the images here

http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/679738aeroplanesilhouette.png

Matt Kindig
on 18 Oct 2012

Before asking us to correct the code, you should tell us what's wrong with the code. From the second image, it seems that the gray lines lie along what I would expect to be the principal components.

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