overlay to image matrix together

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I want to overlay two images (in resultant image I want to see details of both images.) any one can help me?
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Jan il 12 Set 2013
Please avoid posting multiple thread containing the same questions, see http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/87007-overlay-two-image-matrix-together. Now both threads contains answers and the confusion level is increased without any need.

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst il 12 Set 2013
Try imfuse() or imshowpair().
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst il 12 Set 2013
Modificato: Image Analyst il 12 Set 2013
You used a + instead of a comma. Try imfuse(H,V). Plus you need to have a modern version of MATLAB. You probably should upgrade to R2013b, because you probably have an ancient version.

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Laurent il 12 Set 2013
It depends a lot on your images and what you exactly want, but did you try to just sum them?
If this is not what you need, please elaborate more on what you would like to achieve.
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mahesh chathuranga
mahesh chathuranga il 12 Set 2013
thank you.but this is not the result what i want. this is my problem, i have two images derived from one image. image1=vertical edges of the original image image2=horizontal edges of the original image now i want to overlay both without summing them
Laurent il 12 Set 2013
Modificato: Laurent il 12 Set 2013
Ah, assuming that your images are binary images you could do:

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Steve Eddins
Steve Eddins il 12 Set 2013
Image Analyst's answer to use imfuse is good. To use imfuse, you have to have the Image Processing Toolbox with version R2012a or later.
Another option is imoverlay on the File Exchange.

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