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Hi  I have a 2D array of ones and zeros and would like to write it as a binary bitmap. Seems simple, but I can't figure out how. What am I missing? Thanks. 
Subject: Write Binary Image from Matrix From: ImageAnalyst Date: 29 Jan, 2010 03:11:56 Message: 2 of 13 
On Jan 28, 9:59 pm, "Matt " <m...@email.com> wrote: 
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Subject: Write Binary Image from Matrix From: ImageAnalyst Date: 29 Jan, 2010 03:57:02 Message: 5 of 13 
What is the data type? What does it say when you use the "whos" 
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Subject: Write Binary Image from Matrix From: ImageAnalyst Date: 29 Jan, 2010 11:47:55 Message: 7 of 13 
I don't know if it can be sped up. Writing 300 gigabytes of data will 
Subject: Write Binary Image from Matrix From: Steve Eddins Date: 29 Jan, 2010 12:35:31 Message: 8 of 13 
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Subject: Write Binary Image from Matrix From: ImageAnalyst Date: 29 Jan, 2010 12:56:58 Message: 10 of 13 
Matt: 
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> for jj = 1:r 
Subject: Write Binary Image from Matrix From: Steve Eddins Date: 29 Jan, 2010 16:29:30 Message: 13 of 13 
Matt wrote: 
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