Re: Re: Re: Image Processing: Mathematica?
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- Subject: [mg5871] Re: [mg5797] Re: [mg5768] Re: Image Processing: Mathematica?
- From: Dag Spicer <spicer at leland.Stanford.EDU>
- Date: Sun, 2 Feb 1997 01:31:12 -0500
- Organization: Stanford University
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On 27 Jan 1997 seanross at worldnet.att.net wrote: You might try converting the bitmap you have to a standard TIFF, using some graphics program that supports those formats (i.e. read in the file and save it as a TIFF). Then I would checkout the ReadTIFF package by Simon Chandler on Mathsource. Be forewarned this package needs the fast binary files package by Todd Gayley also on mathsource. I have not been able to get this latter package to work on my system ( PC running NT4.0 with math. ver 3.0). However it does seem to install smoothly on a typical powermac. An alternative would to check out the electronic supplement to A.B. Watson's article in The Mathematica Journal. He has a ShowImage command which will display imagedata stored as a matrix (list of lists) of grayvalues. Dag Spicer spicer at leland.stanford.edu > Amy Hawthorne wrote: > > > > I have had success using filters to export graphics to other programs > > such as Scientific Word. I find that exporting as a Windows Metafile > > works the best and takes up relatively little memory. I have also been > > able to animate tables of graphics. I hope that was the kind of thing > > you were interested. > > > > By the way I am using Mathematica 2.2.3 on Windows 95 > > > > Amy Hawthorne > > > No, actually, I am trying to get data IN to mathematica, not out. I > want to import a black and white bitmap image and be able to analyze it. > > > -- Dag Spicer - Stanford University E-m: spicer at leland.stanford.edu P.O. Box 7027 Stanford, CA 94309 U.S.A. History of Science, Technology, Semiconductor Process Engineering