ellipses on image

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thoraya
thoraya on 20 Jun 2012
hi; I have a set of ellipses where each ellipse is defined by its center position (x,y) , an orientaion angle teta, major axe a and a minor axe b. i want to find a way in order to draw those ellipses on a given image* Img* . any idea please? thank you
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 8 Jul 2012
"Burn" it into the image pixels, or just display above the image in the overlay (without changing image pixel values at all)?

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 8 Jul 2012
One way is to calculate a circle such as is described in the FAQ. Make it a unit circle as you first calculate it. Multiply the x coordinates by (a/2) and the y coordinates by (b/2). Then use hgtransform() to rotate it around the angle. Finally, add the center coordinates to the transformed results.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 9 Jul 2012
I have no objection to using a rotation matrix instead of hgtransform() :-)

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Ryan
Ryan on 9 Jul 2012
Edited: Ryan on 9 Jul 2012
Use pdeellip (if you have the PDE toolbox):
pdeellip(xc,yc,a,b,phi)
Where:
(xc,yc) = centroid
(a,b) = semiaxes
phi = rotation of ellipse

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