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Jan
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comment Running out of memory when partitioning an image with ImagePartition
I added some information on the application of the function on my data in the question above.
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Nov
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comment Single image import from stack via FTP connection
@UDB: Indeed ;) Thanks for the comment. I also figured that out and realized that this is quite obvious. However, I came up with a good workaround. Instead of accessing the multi-page tiffs, I wrote the functions to split, export and access the relevant data. I also zipped the images such that they can be accessed faster. This workaround is good enough for the task :)
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Nov
6
comment Running out of memory when partitioning an image with ImagePartition
I will try to do that. I have to say that I used another workaround instead, so I will have to first look for the code ;)
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Nov
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comment Running out of memory when partitioning an image with ImagePartition
Really nice answer, thanks!
Nov
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accepted Running out of memory when partitioning an image with ImagePartition
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revised Single image import from stack via FTP connection
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Nov
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comment Single image import from stack via FTP connection
Yes I am using the free version.
Nov
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comment Single image import from stack via FTP connection
@rm-rf: I checked for that and it worked ;) At least when importing via FTP.
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asked Single image import from stack via FTP connection
Sep
30
comment Image segmentation and object separation in 3D using Mathematica
Nice approach, thanks! I will try your approach on the data and keep you informed.
Sep
30
awarded  Benefactor
Sep
30
comment Image segmentation and object separation in 3D using Mathematica
Wow, thanks very much for the improvements and time you investigated on this problem! I especially like the parallelization, since runtime is always an issue when having large datasets. I think that the approaches you might be very helpful also in other segmentation attempts. I totally agree with you: The object separation algorithm you propose seems to be the best one can do with the data in order to split the objects. Therefore, I accepted your detailed answer and awarded the bounty to you. Thanks again!
Sep
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accepted Image segmentation and object separation in 3D using Mathematica
Sep
27
comment Image segmentation and object separation in 3D using Mathematica
@Hector: Yeah, good idea with the beer and postcard ;) Maybe a postcard with a beer on it?
Sep
27
comment Image segmentation and object separation in 3D using Mathematica
Yes. The approach in the answer gives interesting results but doesn't give a satisfying segmentation of the objects. The objects are heavily oversegmented and seem to get spherical by the segmentation method. I think the ideas mentioned are very good but they need further optimization to achieve better segmentation. Especially the binarization and preprocessing need to be improved.