[SciPy-User] Problem with ndimage.interpolation.zoom
denis
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Thu Mar 14 06:33:11 CDT 2013
Eric Emsellem <eric.emsellem <at> eso.org> writes:
> I have a problem with the zoom function in the ndimage module of scipy.
> I am trying to "expand/zoom" an array by a factor of e.g., 3 or 4.
> I noticed that when the input array has a shape with odd number of e.g.
Hi Eric,
1) try it with floats, as below; `zoom` uses floats internally,
then converts to (in your case) ints when done, confusing.
2) consider zoom=2 of an arange in 1d:
0 1 2
y0 y1 y2 y3 y4 y5
To get y0 = 0 and y5 = 2,
yj must be (5/2) * xj, *not* 2 * xj.
(For zooming by ints just np.repeat
or maybe you want a http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reconstruction_filter ?)
cheers
-- denis
# zoom.py: print ndimage.zoom
from __future__ import division
import sys
import numpy as np
from scipy.ndimage import zoom # $scipy/ndimage/interpolation.py
side = 3
exec( "\n".join( sys.argv[1:] )) # run this.py side= ... from sh or ipytho
np.set_printoptions( 1, threshold=100, edgeitems=10, suppress=True )
for dim in [1, 2]:
shape = [side] * dim
A = np.arange( np.prod(shape), dtype=float ).reshape(shape)
print "in:\n", A
print "\nzoom:\n", zoom( A, zoom=2 )
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