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How to save matrix to workspace instead of plotting using imagesc function

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I don't understand how imagesc function works (scales), but my images plotted using via that function look better than using imshow. Is there any way to save the scaled image in the workspace instead of displaying it? I tried to debug built-in imagesc.m, but found nothing that scales data. If anyone knows how it's done, please, let me know.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson il 25 Giu 2012
If M is your image, then
minM = min(M(:));
maxM = max(M(:));
scaledM = (M - minM) ./ (maxM - minM);
This will be in the range 0 to 1, so if you want to work with uint8 then uint8(scaledM .* 255)
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson il 27 Set 2017
When you use a vector of xdata or ydata for an image() or imagesc() call, all the entries are ignored except for the first and last entries. So your call is equivalent to
imagesc([0, 180.283902162354], [0, 140.292887029289], im_sim(:,:,fr))
Now, that does not tell it to plot into a 140 x 180 area: it tells it to place the lower left pixel center at data units [0, 0] and the upper right pixel center at data units [180.28, 140.29]. The actual number of pixels used on the screen depends upon the size of the axis. If imresize() is losing too much information for your purposes, then you are almost certainly relying on the fact that the displayed image is displaying more than one pixel per data unit.
You need to decide whether you need the final result to be 140 x 180 or if you need the final result to be some intermediate size between 140 x 180 and 479 x 616. Once you decide on the appropriate output size then you can imresize() to it.

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