Resizing a 3D image without using imresize3

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Matlab_Student
Matlab_Student on 23 Sep 2017
Edited: Matt J on 29 Jul 2022
I do not have the image processing toolbox on my MatLab 2016b so I cannot use the imresize3() function. Is there other ways to resize an image of (x,y,z) to (a,b,c)?

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Matt J
Matt J on 23 Sep 2017
Edited: Matt J on 29 Jul 2022
This FEX file is a generalization of imresize to any array dimension, and doesn't use any toolboxes.
However, it only handles grayscale images, and doesn't do any anti-aliasing. All new values are based purely on interpolation.

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 23 Sep 2017
ifftn( fftn(YourImage), [a, b, c] )
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Bogdan Dzyubak
Bogdan Dzyubak on 28 Dec 2017
Edited: Bogdan Dzyubak on 28 Dec 2017
Transforming the image this way forward and back produces tons of ringing. There's also a warping artifact (perhaps fftshift is needed). With imresize, the forward and back transform gives a blurrier original image which is more desirable.

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Ahmadi Anis
Ahmadi Anis on 8 Apr 2020
I have an MRI image with this size (140,192,192), so this script will insert my image in the center of an output matrix with this size (X,Y,Z) by adding zero
this script works ;)
clear;
clc;
matrice= niftiread('C:\Users\anis8\Desktop\1.nii');
X=256;
Y=256;
Z=256;
matrice=[zeros(floor(X-size(matrice,1))/2,size(matrice,2),size(matrice,3));...
matrice;...
zeros(floor(X-size(matrice,1))/2,size(matrice,2),size(matrice,3))];%%reglage de x
matrice=[zeros(X,floor(Y-size(matrice,2))/2,size(matrice,3)),...
matrice...
,zeros(X,floor(Y-size(matrice,2))/2,size(matrice,3))];%%reglage de y
matrice=cat(3,zeros(X,Y,floor(Z-size(matrice,3))/2),...
matrice...
,zeros(X,Y,floor(Z-size(matrice,3))/2));%%reglage de z
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Radhika Gupta
Radhika Gupta on 24 Apr 2022
Edited: Radhika Gupta on 24 Apr 2022
Hey!
is there any way to resize .nii file and save in same format istead of a matrix?

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Shivam
Shivam on 29 Jul 2022
You can use "for" loop for each 2D image, and than use imresize():
Im=zeros(N,N,N);
I=zeros(n,n,n);
for i=1:N
I(:,:,i)=imresize(squeeze(Im(:,:,i)),[n n]);
end;

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