Tag for questions about bitmapped graphics, particularly those using the Image function.

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Ellipse counting from image

I have hundreds of images similar to this image: I'm looking to count the number of ellipses as well as their major and minor diameters. The ellipses are touching, hence, ...
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Band-pass filter an image

Ok so i have some HR-TEM images. In this technique fringes appear whereever a crystalline structure is present. This fringes are separated by a certain distance depending on the material, this is our ...
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How to change the aspect ratio with drawing tool?

I'm drawing an image in editing an slide show with the drawing tools. But the aspect ratio of the created drawing seems fixed and not changeable with mouse dragging the border and corner as in other ...
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Get information about a stack of images, without plotting it

A very long time ago I used Mathematica for a few months and found it very intuitive. Now for my work I use MatLab. I was just trying some stuff out with Mathematica again and there is something I ...
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How could I use Mathematica to remove finger tips that appear in images?

I used my photo camera to "scan" a heavy dictionary. I tried to have flat images by pressing the margins of the pages with my fingers. The color of the background is (normally) black and my fingers ...
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How can I convert colors to grayscale?

I want to change the above colored plot into a grayscale plot. I have tried this: CCGray[pic_?ImageQ] := Module[{}, ColorConvert[pic, "GrayScale"]]; but it ...
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Poor quality Rasterize output when Background -> None

I am attempting to generate partially transparent images for PNG Export, but seem to run to the following issue. If I Rasterize ...
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How can I create jpeg images of a given file size?

Cross-posted at Wolfram Community I would like to have a function makeJPG[megabytes_] that generates random jpg images of given file sizes with itf filesize (in megabytes) watermarked on the image ...
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How to identify chemical substance from tattoo?

A friend of mine made a tattoo on his chest of some chemical substance formula. He challenged us to identify which substance is that. I thought that perhaps a combination of: Mathematica image ...
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MATLAB To Mathematica: How to implement imshow()

I want to implement the MATLAB imshow function in Mathematica. This is a DensityPlot[] from Mathematica And this is ...
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Image's pixels GPU colour classes splitting

How can I split in color classes, the pixels of an image that I load in Mathematica? I would an output like this: ...
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How to show multiple images with a for loop

I wrote a simple application(I put the code in the end) to detect the parallel line pairs in the following picture: It returned three pairs of parallel line: ...
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Generating x,y coordinates for an edge detection

I'd like to be able to process a number of graphics that have edge contours and output a list of $x$, $y$ coordinates to be used for generating a spline in another program, or in Mathematica, to make ...
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Method Shrinkwrap Messes up editting Graphics

If you try resizing or moving the Inset in the following interface, the Graphics becomes incredibly jerky and borderline ...
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How can this type of optical illusion be created in Mathematica?

I see these around the web and would like to make them in Mathematica. Combining them in an array is actually quite mesmerizing!
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Understanding “IntensityData” coordinates

Update - Playing around a bit, is it true that we need to process the list of "IntensityData" values $r$ as follows: r = Partition[r,k]; r = Transpose@r; And ...
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How to add a graphics frame to an image without resampling

Using Inset to place an image inside a Graphics expression with Frame -> True provides a ...
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Cropping an image to a minimum bounding box for a set of points

Imagine a define a pointlist inside of an image: Provided a pointlist for the set of red dots around the toy horse, is there a way for me to automatically crop to a minimum bounding box for this ...
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Defining and isolating a region of an image internal to a bounding curve

I was recently looking over this very nice question by March Ho: Counting elements which are inside another element on a different colour channel There are often times where I find myself wanting to ...
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How to convert rgb to YCbCr?

I looked at ColorConvert, but haven't found a relevant option. Is there a built-in function do this?
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Slow image manipulation

This is some extremely simple code that shows an image and manipulates a circle (that will be used to select a region of the image to analyze). All those Dynamics ...
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Displaying a small histogram overlay on a large image

I needed to overlay a small histogram onto a large image, specifically in the bottom right hand corner. However, I could not do this in an intuitive and computationally cheap fashion due to ...
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How Can I Transform a Colored Image into Pre-defined Matrix?

I am new to Mathematica and I would like to use it to postprocess some of the experimental data I measure. I would like to visualize voltage measurements over a non-uniformly segmented plate. I would ...
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Exporting large png results in completely black image

When trying to export an Image as PNG the resulting file is a completely black image. This happens only for certain images I have not been able to determine exactly ...
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Is there a fast method of generating a Standard Deviation image from a frame stack?

Imagine I have a stack of image frames, $(f_1, ..., f_N) \in F$, where each $f_i$ has the same set of $(x,y)$ dimensions. Using these frames, I'd like to create an image where each pixel in the image ...
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Problem with Fourier and InverseFourier function

I have the following code Image[img, ImageSize -> 300] data = ImageData[img]; fdct = Fourier[data] tdata = InverseFourier[fdct]; Image[tdata] but it seems to ...
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Defining a polygon by clicking on an image [duplicate]

Imagine I have some image, $I$, and I'd like to define a polygon by sequentially clicking on the image to define vertices $(v_1, ...) \in V$, where vertices $v_i$ and $v_j$ share an edge if $j = ...
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Determine the 2D-Fourier transform of an Image

I am new to Mathematica and using Version 8.0. I want to calculate the 2D-Fourier Transform of a digital image and see its Magnitude and Phase Spectrum, and reconstruct it.
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Intersection & Complement operations for lists of Morphological Components?

I have an array of $M$ sets of morphological components corresponding to the same image, however computed in different ways. For example, we might have: ...
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Selecting morphological components, of a certain size, centered on points of interest in an image

I have a set of points in an image, for example: ...
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Slow import of multigigabyte TIF image stacks

Update 6: After contacting Wolfram Technical Support, I was advised that the frame-to-frame import timing variability can be eliminated by reading in the frame stack from frame to frame with the ...
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Why is Text in an Image cut off?

I want to create a long, skinny Image containing only text. This makes a square image of the default size. ...
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Colorize and the Four-Color Theorem

We can write: MorphologicalComponents[image] // Colorize To assign a random set of colors to each component in some image. The example used for reference by ...
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Using Dynamic to import the chronologically newest file in a directory [duplicate]

Imagine that I have a device continually and sequentially saving files to a specified directory on a Windows machine (such as [E:\ExampleDir]). Call this device a camera with some proprietary drivers ...
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Lossless TIFF or PNG export

I'd like to export an output from MatrixPlot[], however, the output file size seems to depend on my specification of the ImageSize -> {..., ...}. How might I export a TIFF with all of the data in the ...
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Make the linked images show well?

Cell[TextData[{ "(16) ", ButtonBox["[images]", BaseStyle->"Hyperlink", ButtonData->{"http://i.stack.imgur.com/gHWby.png", None}]}], "Text"] After click ...
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Plot image function together maintaining compatibility between their coordinate systems?

Is it possible to plot an image, i.e., draw it's pixels against usual coordinates? My goal is to plot my image and my function in the same coordinates. Update I drew an image of size ...
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How can I put an image on a surface [duplicate]

I want to paste an image on the surface of a 3D plot. For example consider this image which I want to paste on the surface of this sphere ...
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Reverse after ImageData? [duplicate]

Why should we do a Reverse on the image data after an ImageTake ? For example: ...
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How to copy an image given as a GraphicsBox expression to the clipboard?

I have a GraphicsBox expression encoding an image. I need to copy this image to the clipboard so that it can be inserted in a Microsoft Word document. When I invoke ...
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How to convert an image to a compressed string representation equivalent to one copied to clipboard by `CopyToClipboard[image]`?

In my recent question I asked How to embed an image into a string? The suggested solution was ...
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How can I make images in the cell auto-adjust to some fixed-size

There is one auto-adjust item in the right-click menu of image in cell. And other related items are actual size and ...
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Getting RGBA data from an image

What is going on with returned data in the following examples? It appears ImageData returns different types depending on the what data is passed into ...
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Behavior of copy and paste with different image formats

Ok, let's say I create a 1x1 pixel image. i = Image[{{0}}, "Byte"]; Now I Export["image.png", i] the image and import it into ...
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How to get path and file name of a pasted image?

Say in Documentation Center -> ImageData -> EXAMPLES -> Basic Examples you find an image of a planetary body (Mars?). Can one obtain the file source for this image wich is copied into a Mathematica ...
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Embed Code Into Image

I often export images(plots, matrix, arrays, etc..) from mathematica which I end up putting in word documents or uploading to the web. The problem is that I often lose the original code and I am left ...
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How can I detect an ellipse in a photo?

I tried to detect the rim of the following cup as an ellipse. I've tried the solutions given in How to find circular objects in an image? to detect the ellipse, but the detection result was not ...
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Sharp background image in plot

How do I get rid of blurry transitions between pixels of the background image below. It's the fault of Texture[], previously discussed in this answer. I haven't ...
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Resampling when using image as Texture

How to get sharp pixel boundaries with Texture? I'd like to have only black/white in the example below, no gray. ...
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How can I import images from a Microsoft SQLServer database?

I have a table with binary data (images) in Microsoft SQlServer. I want to import that data and convert it into Image format. I wrote the following code, but it's ...