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how to find values from text file

Asked by Lalit Patil

Lalit Patil

on 19 Nov 2012
Accepted Answer by Pedro Villena

Pedro Villena

I = imread('Image.jpg');
i = I(:,:,3);
m = max(max(i));
[r c] = find(i ==m );
fid = fopen('lalit.txt','wt');
for j=1:length(r)
fprintf(fid,'%f %f\n',r(j),c(j));

in this text file min(r) = 1 and max(r) = 554..

for each r there is more than one value..

like, for each r =222, there is c = 231,419,421,422,424,425,426,427,428,429,430,431,432,433,434,438 so i want Z = round((max(c) + min(c))/2); = round((231 + 438)) = 335

and i want this for all r...

and then want to plot that values plot(z,r)

So, how to do this..?


Lalit Patil

Lalit Patil


1 Answer

Answer by Pedro Villena

Pedro Villena

on 19 Nov 2012
Edited by Pedro Villena

Pedro Villena

on 21 Nov 2012
Accepted answer
data = textread('lalit.txt');
r = unique(data);
for i=r',
    c = data(data(:,1)==i,2);
    z(i,1) = mean([min(c) max(c)]);

1 Comment

Lalit Patil

Lalit Patil

on 21 Nov 2012

I think this is the best solution you have given.. And this will solve many one's problems when they will search about this topic.. And the solutions you have given is not found anywhere.. Thank you tahnk you very much...

Pedro Villena

Pedro Villena

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