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how to estimate the density of each pixel in the image?

I am not sure what you mean, but if it is the intensity of a pixel, you can access that as follows: intensity=yourimage(50,...

how to estimate the density of each pixel in the image?

I am not sure what you mean, but if it is the intensity of a pixel, you can access that as follows: intensity=yourimage(50,...

7 years ago | 0

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overlay to image matrix together

It depends a lot on your images and what you exactly want, but did you try to just sum them? overlay_im=image1+image2; I...

overlay to image matrix together

It depends a lot on your images and what you exactly want, but did you try to just sum them? overlay_im=image1+image2; I...

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how to choose weight (lamda)value for thresholding based intensity contrast and variance?

For the modulus you should check this link: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=matlab+modulus

how to choose weight (lamda)value for thresholding based intensity contrast and variance?

For the modulus you should check this link: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=matlab+modulus

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Find a series of consecutive numbers in a vector

The following will give the lengths of the consecutive sequences of your vector: q=yourvector; a=diff(q); b=f...

Find a series of consecutive numbers in a vector

The following will give the lengths of the consecutive sequences of your vector: q=yourvector; a=diff(q); b=f...

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how to access zip files in the directory?

Using the 'dir'-command you can obtain a list of files. In your case you could use something like: filelist=dir('DATA/*....

how to access zip files in the directory?

Using the 'dir'-command you can obtain a list of files. In your case you could use something like: filelist=dir('DATA/*....

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changing values of pixels in an image pixel by pixel ( Thresholding )

Hi, First I don't understand how your original image can have non-integer pixel values, because it seems your image is 8-bit ...

changing values of pixels in an image pixel by pixel ( Thresholding )

Hi, First I don't understand how your original image can have non-integer pixel values, because it seems your image is 8-bit ...

7 years ago | 0

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Change amount of ticks on a colorbar

The 'YTick' property contains the locations of the ticks on the Y axis, so I guess that set(cbr,'YTick',20:2:50) should...

Change amount of ticks on a colorbar

The 'YTick' property contains the locations of the ticks on the Y axis, so I guess that set(cbr,'YTick',20:2:50) should...

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Dummy error in parfor

Hi, While running a parfor loop i am getting the following error: Caught-error breakpoint was hit in ParallelException...

7 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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Sparse for arrays with lots of NaN.

Hi, I am using very large arrays containing a lot fo NaNs. If they were zeros, I could use 'sparse' to save a lot of memory, ...

7 years ago | 1 answer | 2

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HOW TO WRITE SUMMATION FORM ∑_(i=1) (L-1)

Make an appropriate vector with the values that you want to sum (or select the values from an array containing them) and use the...

HOW TO WRITE SUMMATION FORM ∑_(i=1) (L-1)

Make an appropriate vector with the values that you want to sum (or select the values from an array containing them) and use the...

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Hi, guys, I am trying to create a MATLAB Subrountine, but I faced some problems. My code is not working, and I don't know what is wrong with it.

Try to remove the first three lines ('clc', 'clear' and the empty line), then rename your file, or function, so that the filenam...

Hi, guys, I am trying to create a MATLAB Subrountine, but I faced some problems. My code is not working, and I don't know what is wrong with it.

Try to remove the first three lines ('clc', 'clear' and the empty line), then rename your file, or function, so that the filenam...

7 years ago | 0

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Average curve for a set of curves

Maybe you can use interpolation (help interp has an example) to generate Y data for a common set of X points, based on your orig...

Average curve for a set of curves

Maybe you can use interpolation (help interp has an example) to generate Y data for a common set of X points, based on your orig...

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How to convert Nan to zero

To set all NaN in Q to zero: Q(isnan(Q))=0; Is that what you need?

How to convert Nan to zero

To set all NaN in Q to zero: Q(isnan(Q))=0; Is that what you need?

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Parfor reports error which does not exist when running as a for-loop

Hi, To speed up some calculations I am using a parfor-loop. I have to run calculations on many files and I made a simple parf...

7 years ago | 2 answers | 1

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How to change the colour of the backgroud

It depends on what type of image you have, but let's say it is a 8-bit grayscale image. In that case you can do the following: ...

How to change the colour of the backgroud

It depends on what type of image you have, but let's say it is a 8-bit grayscale image. In that case you can do the following: ...

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Is there any matlab code to get time and date from Internet?

Take a look at this: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/20693-atomic-reminder It has a function where the...

Is there any matlab code to get time and date from Internet?

Take a look at this: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/20693-atomic-reminder It has a function where the...

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doubt regards of centroid

It seems that your labeledImage contains 40 different objects. All of those objects will have a centroid and that's why you get ...

doubt regards of centroid

It seems that your labeledImage contains 40 different objects. All of those objects will have a centroid and that's why you get ...

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sigmoid function value for parameter a and b

Well, if the only requirement is that y0 < 0.5 for x=0 and y1 > 0.5 for x=1, then for 0 < b < 1 and a > 0 it should work.

sigmoid function value for parameter a and b

Well, if the only requirement is that y0 < 0.5 for x=0 and y1 > 0.5 for x=1, then for 0 < b < 1 and a > 0 it should work.

7 years ago | 1

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Multi-dimensional version of bwboundaries

Hello, I am trying to get the boundaries of objects in a three-dimensional array. For 2D data, the bwboundaries functio...

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