[SciPy-user] Image Morphology

Sebastian Haase haase@msg.ucsf....
Mon Jun 23 17:51:19 CDT 2008


Hey Tom,
when you say """a package called segmenter (under development in ndimage)"""
what do you mean by
"""under development in ndimage"""
?
Is your code available (for public download) already ? Under a free license ?

Thanks,
Sebastian Haase



On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 10:04 PM, Tom Waite <twaite@berkeley.edu> wrote:
> Yes it is. I have a test_segmenter.py script that shows its use. I build 4
> simple discs and get the Sobel edge "band". The thinning filter (I refer to
> the method as mat-filter for medial axis) returns the single-pixel wide edge
> and is shown to be comparable to the Canny edge filter which I also provide.
> This will use the ROI when generating the thin edges.
>
> On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 8:41 AM, <rrothkop@mit.edu> wrote:
>>
>> Hello,
>> Thank you for your responses. To explain the functions further, BWselect
>> returns
>> a binary image containing objects that overlap a given pixel and
>> BWmorph(skel)
>> thins the edges of an image. It looks like Tom's package contains an
>> equivalent. I understand the package is not complete, but is the thinning
>> function working?
>> Thanks,
>> Rebecca


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