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how to solve the error 'undefined function "branchpoints" in matlab'

I have used the code:

Suppose I is the binary image.

It=bwmorph(I,'skel');
B=bwmorph(It,'branchpoints');

But there is error with 'undefined function "branchpoints"

how to solve it? Please help me

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No sir. My code is :

% I is the binary image
It=bwmorph(I,'skel'); 
B=bwmorph(It,'branchpoints');

The error is: undefined function"branchpoints"

Please copy/paste code and error messages. Do not summarize them.

clc;
clear;
close all;
a=imread('frame1.jpg');% read RGB image (frame no. 1)
imshow(a);
%Selection of ROI
[r c]=ginput(4);
BW=roipoly(a,r,c);
figure;imshow(BW);
[R C]=size(BW);
for i=1:R
    for j=1:C
        if BW(i,j)==1
            Out(i,j)=a(i,j);
        else
            Out(i,j)=0;
        end
    end
end
figure;imshow(Out,[]);title('Output Image');
%Convert ROI Selecetd image to binary image
threshold = 165; % threshold set at 165
z= Out>threshold; % convert grayscale image to binary image
figure;imshow(z)% display binary image
% Dilation
y2 = bwmorph(z,'dilate',1) ;
figure ; imshow(y2)
%Connected component labelling
bwlabel(y2,4)% containing labels for the connected objects in y2, where 4 specifies 4-connected objects
%Blob analysis
%Filling holes
C=imfill(y2,'holes'); 
figure;imshow(C);
%Apply Median filter to remove Noise
FilteredImage=medfilt2(C,[5 5]);
figure;imshow(FilteredImage)
%Boundary Label the Filtered Image
[L num]=bwlabel(FilteredImage);%returns in num the number of connected objects found in FilteredImage
STATS=regionprops(L,'Area');
cc=[];
removed=0;
%Remove the noisy regions 
for i=1:num
dd=STATS(i).Area;
if (dd < 50)% when we change the value as 20, 50, 100,500,5000 no. of blobs will change 
L(L==i)=0;
removed = removed + 1;
num=num-1;
else
end
end
[L2 num2]=bwlabel(L);
% Trace region boundaries in a binary image.
[B,L,N,A] = bwboundaries(L2);
%Display results
subplot(1,2,1),  imshow(L2);
title('BackGround Detected');
subplot(1,2,2),  imshow(L2);
title('blob detected');
hold on;
for k=1:length(B),
if(~sum(A(k,:)))
boundary = B{k};
plot(boundary(:,2), boundary(:,1),'r','LineWidth',2);
end
end
%Remove interior pixels to leave an outline of the shapes
BW2=bwmorph(L2,'remove');
figure
imshow(BW2)
%Get the image skeleton
BW3=bwmorph(L2,'skel',Inf);
figure
imshow(BW3)
Img=bwmorph(BW3,'branchpoints');

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It works well with my Matlab, which version are you using? On the command line type "ver".

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This is my input file.Will you please share the output? Thanks in advance.

Ihave attached the frame. Will you please share the output?

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