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DO I need Image processing tool box to upload image into GUI

Asked by Arun Badigannavar on 22 Jan 2013

I dont have "imshow" command in my matlab 2012b,,,,is it because i don haver image processing toolbox

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Yes, imshow() is part of the Image Processing Toolbox.

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Answer by Jurgen
on 22 Jan 2013
Edited by Jurgen
on 22 Jan 2013

I think this should work?

I = imread('file_on_path.jpg') 
imagesc(I);

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I am able to read image and show it,,,but it is squuezing image,,,i am uploading a simulink model image on gui,,,but its not so clear,,,any other way to import image roperly

What do you mean by "squeezing" ? Are you talking about the colors, or about the image size, or about the axis proportions ?

about the image size,,,the connections of simulink model which i am uploading are not visible and blocks are squeezed,,,and charecters which are there in the image re not clear


Answer by Image Analyst
on 23 Jan 2013

You can use image() without the Image Processing Toolbox. You can also use imagesc() but it applies some weird colormap by default that you'll most likely need to correct with colormap() function to a more appropriate colormap, like gray. image() applies a grayscale color map by default. With either one you can still call colormap to apply whatever colormap you want.

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AAccording Mr jurgen i tried but up;oaded image is not clear,,,irts squeezing the image...any other way to import image with altering it


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