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I used this:
figure('name', 'image to segment'), imshow(imdata,);
h = gcf
Answered 2 years ago
I segment an image after specifying some segmentation seeds via imfreehand, then I get the segmented image on a new figure and I...
Asked 2 years ago
I'm running Matlab 2012a on Windows 7, 64 bits. I want to run this growcut sample, which includes a cpp file, a mexglx file, a m...
I converted a mha file to dicom format (and got this file: <https://www.dropbox.com/s/i0cr2910ie4k5zy/TumorSimOutput2_T1.dcm> ) ...
Consider the following code
I = imread('pout.tif');
h = imfreehand (gca, 'Closed',false);
I want to draw structures of interest in MRI to implement a variant of the GrowCut algorithm. What's the simple way to do this i...
I'm interested in making the ray casting VR from Nvidia's SDK work with Matlab, but I've realized there's no documentation on te...
[dicom_data,color_map] = dicomread('dicomfile.dcm');
I get this as color_map:
and running ...
imag = imread ('pout.tif');
figure, imshow (imag);
h = imfreehand (gca, 'Closed', false);
I'd like to make the lines that appear from imfreehand thicker. Is there a way to do this?
Is there a reason to choose one over the other, besides code modularity?
I generated this brain tumor via TumorSim and converted it from .mha to .dcm using the gdcm2vtk tool.
I want to run this image segmentation program.
I tried doing this:
foreground_mask = uint8(new_label == 1);
segmented_foreground = imdata_orig .* repmat(foregroun...
Hi, I want to post the code from a research project in FileExchange under an Affero GPL license. I've seen files posted with no ...
Asked 10 months ago
I converted a 4D dicom image into rgb like this:
image_data = dicomread('TumorSimOutput2T1Gad.dcm');
rgb4Dimage = image_...
I want to be able to erase a collection of freehandrois that I've drawn on an image successively. I decided to use a stack-like ...
I want to specify various segmentation seeds across different MRI slices
and save them.
*Edit:* like this <<http://edwardk...
I haven't been able to find them via Google search or Brett Shoelson's File Exchange.
In MATLAB, you create a vector by enclosing the elements in square brackets like so:
x = [1 2 3 4]
Commas are optional, s...
2 years ago
Try out this test problem first.
Given the variable x as your input, multiply it by two and put the result in y.
I have a grayscale MRI volume of dimension 160x216x176.
I also have a volume corresponding to its labels, which is in RGB, ...
Asked 1 year ago
I wrote the following code, derived from the dicomwrite sample on the documentation:
clear; close all;
I have this global ___device___ variable in my original C/Cuda kernel code, that I'm now porting to a kernel compatible to the C...
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