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How do i undo a flipped picture?

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Ian
Ian on 5 Mar 2011
Hi there
I'm using matlab for particle tracking analysis. To be able to see the exact location of the particles i'm tracking from a video, i've enabled the tracking program on matlab to display the first frame of the video.
However once the program has been run, i find that the image with the exact location of the beads i tracked has been flipped?
How do i flip back my image to the one that i originally input into the code?

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 5 Mar 2011
The displayed image or the stored image?
Stored: see fliplr() and flipud() and transpose() and permute()
Displayed: see the "axis ij" and "axis image" commands.

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Ian
Ian on 5 Mar 2011
The displayed image.
So i should look up "image" commands or "axis"?

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Brett Shoelson
Brett Shoelson on 5 Mar 2011
If you're just concerned with the display, I'd just modify the "axis" setting.
Brett

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