[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 ?

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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