[Numpy-discussion] converting IDL to python

eric eric at enthought.com
Thu Dec 20 08:18:03 CST 2001


Rick and Joe,

I'm not familiar with these erosion and dialation functions.  Are they
something that should be in SciPy?  We could start an "idl" package that
houses functions familiar to this community.  Or maybe they should live in
another place like "signal" or maybe an image processing package.  Thoughts?

I've crossed posted this to the scipy-dev at scipy.org list as this is probably
the best place to continue such a discussion.

eric


----- Original Message -----
From: "Joe Reinhardt" <jmr at engineering.uiowa.edu>
To: <numpy-discussion at lists.sourceforge.net>
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2001 11:12 PM
Subject: [Numpy-discussion] converting IDL to python


>
> Rick White writes:
> > The hardest part (as you mention) is that IDL has a really large
> > collection of built-in functions which probably will not be readily
> > available in Python.  Until someone writes things like the morphological
> > dilation and erosion operations, it won't be possible to translate IDL
> > programs that use them.
>
> By the way, I do have binary erosion and dilation, along with
> connected components analysis, flood fill region grow, and several
> other common 2D/3D image processing functions working in NumPy.
>
> I would be glad to share them.    I don't know how similar the
> interface is to IDL, since I have never used IDL.
>
> - Joe Reinhardt
>
>
>
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