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Re: New to Mathematica, need help for Image Processing.

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  • Subject: [mg115208] Re: New to Mathematica, need help for Image Processing.
  • From: "W. Craig Carter" <ccarter at mit.edu>
  • Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2011 04:26:18 -0500 (EST)

Hello Nimo,
Can you tell us a little more about your 184755 values? Are they in a file 
full of numbers, are they already encoded in a .jpeg, .gif, or another file
 format?
Do you have them already packed into a list in mathematica?
Craig

On 1 Jan,   2011, at 4:23 AM, Nimo wrote:

> On Dec 31, 3:00 pm, Nimo <azeez... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi..,
>>
>> Well, actually I'm not from programming background.
>> Just for some analysis stuff,  I'm using mathematica.
>>
>> I tried to read mathematica documentation..its very huge and takes lot
>> of time..
>>
>> so, here is my need.. pls, you people can help me..here..
>>
>> ____
>>
>> I have some pixel values[ image Resl:- is 565 x 327],
>> all are Byte[0-255] values, total number of values ==184755
>>
>> which I want to insert them in any mathematica function and
>>  want to see how the image is going to be..
>>
>> I tried function
>>
>> Image [ { } {} {} ]
>>
>> but it is saying something like rank should be less than 3 or 2.
>>
>> Can you people give me any solution, so that I'll just copy and paste
>> all the pixel values
>> so that i will automatically adjust width & height of image.. and get
>> displayed in the window.
>>
>> Thank you.
>>   greetings
>>    nimo.
>
> data == RandomInteger[{0, 255}, {565, 327}];
>
> Dimensions[data]
>
> Image[data, "Byte"]
>
> For color:
>
> data == RandomInteger[{0, 255}, {565, 327, 3}];
> Image[data, "Byte"]
>
>
> yeah.., this is from Craig Carter.. thanks for the reply.
>
> I tried this, it is displaying an Random image of 565 x 327.
>
> but, my pixel values are from real world image.
>
> At RandomInteger function, i want to put my pixel values(or if it is
> function, i dont know for sure)
>
> all I've is 184755 pixel values in Range[0 -255]
>
> any ideas..
>
>   greetings.
>
>


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