On Dec 10, 5:15 pm, "yael frankel" <y...@nospam.com> wrote:
> I have a set of data points (x and y vectors) which I plot
> and then save as in image (jpg format). After processing
> the image I get the coordinates of two pixels. I want to
> find the data points (the x and y values) that represent
> those "interesting" pixels so that I can analyze the data
> used for the original plot.
> Does any one have any suggestions?
>
> Thanks
> Yael
===================================
I totally don't understand. First you say that you "get the
coordinates of the two pixels." OK, to me that means that you have
now found the x and y values of the two pixels  that's pretty much
the definition of coordinates isn't it? OK, so now you have an (x1,
y1) pair and a (x2, y2) pair. Then you say "I want to find the data
points (the x and y values) that represent those "interesting"
pixels..." Huh? What do you mean find the x and y values? You said
in the first sentence that you had found them already!
Regards,
ImageAnalyst
