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View Contol Widget

Makes 3D view interactions feel like what one would expect from a CAD package

9 mesi ago | 4 downloads |

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gibbonCode/GIBBON

GIBBON: The Geometry and Image-Based Bioengineering add-On for MATLAB

oltre 2 anni ago | 9 downloads |

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Patch moving with keyboard

Check this function out: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/50663-view-contol-widget

Patch moving with keyboard

Check this function out: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/50663-view-contol-widget

oltre 3 anni ago | 0

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Visualizing 1D data with Color.

There are many different ways of doing this. It depends on how you want to visualize the data. E.g. as bars, as dots, as a 1xn s...

Visualizing 1D data with Color.

There are many different ways of doing this. It depends on how you want to visualize the data. E.g. as bars, as dots, as a 1xn s...

oltre 3 anni ago | 0

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I want to change the background value of figure to white.

Perhaps this answers your question. Find where the figure is created in the code and replace by something like: hf = figure...

I want to change the background value of figure to white.

Perhaps this answers your question. Find where the figure is created in the code and replace by something like: hf = figure...

oltre 3 anni ago | 0

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Export Figure Widget (efw)

The export figure widget creates a basic toolbar button to export figures using export_fig

oltre 4 anni ago | 3 downloads |

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ind2patch(IND,M,ptype)

Allows plotting of patch data (slices and voxels) for 3D images for selected voxels

oltre 4 anni ago | 1 download |

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subtri(F,V,n,uniqueOpt)

Sub-triangulates patch format data. Can be used to increase the density of triangulated data

oltre 4 anni ago | 1 download |

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quiver3Dpatch

Plotting of colored 3D arrows based on patch command

oltre 4 anni ago | 4 downloads |

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Test step sizes and parameter scaling for LSQNONLIN (and the Levenberg Marquardt algorithm)

I have a multi-parameter and multi-objective optimisation problem for which I am trying to use LSQNONLIN. 1) On its initial ...

circa 5 anni ago | 1 answer | 0

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How to speed up the creation of large fields in XML files?

I'm trying to create XML files that contain large fields e.g. of the form: <Geometry> <Nodes> <node id="1">-1.0,-0.5,...

oltre 5 anni ago | 1 answer | 0

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Hello there.. I want to detect a blurred frame in a video sequence.. can anybody help me out

A blurred image is equivalent to an image that is convolved with for instance a Gaussian kernel. This means that low frequencies...

Hello there.. I want to detect a blurred frame in a video sequence.. can anybody help me out

A blurred image is equivalent to an image that is convolved with for instance a Gaussian kernel. This means that low frequencies...

oltre 5 anni ago | 1

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How to create OR where is, the file "funclist.html" when creating custom documentation?

I am creating a toolbox and have recently successfully used the info <http://www.mathworks.nl/help/matlab/matlab_prog/display-cu...

oltre 5 anni ago | 0 answers | 0

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Creating a 3D radiation pattern

Perhaps rephrase your question and clearly say what it is you want to visualise. I think the visualisation problem is probably i...

Creating a 3D radiation pattern

Perhaps rephrase your question and clearly say what it is you want to visualise. I think the visualisation problem is probably i...

circa 7 anni ago | 0

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edge & non-edge pixels

If img is a logic say where ones define edge pixels and zeros define non-edge pixels then you are correct nnz(img): coun...

edge & non-edge pixels

If img is a logic say where ones define edge pixels and zeros define non-edge pixels then you are correct nnz(img): coun...

circa 7 anni ago | 1

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Levels in an image

Not sure if I understand your question correctly but in some image formats the image data has a fixed amount of possible intensi...

Levels in an image

Not sure if I understand your question correctly but in some image formats the image data has a fixed amount of possible intensi...

circa 7 anni ago | 0

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Matlab to CAD Program

A simple way of doing it would be to first create a triangulated representation of your surface (e.g. based on Delaunay tessella...

Matlab to CAD Program

A simple way of doing it would be to first create a triangulated representation of your surface (e.g. based on Delaunay tessella...

circa 7 anni ago | 0

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surface disappears when zdata is set to 0

This example is probably equivalent to what you want: [X,Y,Z]=peaks(25); figure; surf(X,Y,zeros(size(Z)),Z) ; view(3); axis...

surface disappears when zdata is set to 0

This example is probably equivalent to what you want: [X,Y,Z]=peaks(25); figure; surf(X,Y,zeros(size(Z)),Z) ; view(3); axis...

circa 7 anni ago | 0

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Repeat element of a vector n times without loop.

There is several others ways of doing it which in some cases are more efficient. Have a look at what the size of your vector is ...

Repeat element of a vector n times without loop.

There is several others ways of doing it which in some cases are more efficient. Have a look at what the size of your vector is ...

circa 7 anni ago | 2

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For LSQNONLIN is it okay if the number of elements in the vector-valued function varies per iteration?

For LSQNONLIN is it okay if the number of elements in the vector-valued function varies per iteration? I have a vector-valued...

oltre 7 anni ago | 1 answer | 1

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extract 3D surface from 3D volume data

Could you rephrase/clarify your question? It sounds like you have 3D image data and that you are only interested in a certain su...

extract 3D surface from 3D volume data

Could you rephrase/clarify your question? It sounds like you have 3D image data and that you are only interested in a certain su...

circa 8 anni ago | 0

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Multiple outputs from FMINSEARCH function

For FMINSEARCH in combination with a function MYFUN one could use: [X,fval,exitflag,output]= fminsearch(@(X) myfun(X),X,opt...

circa 8 anni ago | 4 answers | 2

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How to rotate a line?

Correct, and instead of E(3) just use a_rad straight away. Also if you find this too complex you could use POL2CART instead (mak...

How to rotate a line?

Correct, and instead of E(3) just use a_rad straight away. Also if you find this too complex you could use POL2CART instead (mak...

circa 8 anni ago | 2

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Iso-Surface

Now properly formatted. function G=tesgroup(F) % function G=tesgroup(F) % -------------------------------------------...

Iso-Surface

Now properly formatted. function G=tesgroup(F) % function G=tesgroup(F) % -------------------------------------------...

circa 8 anni ago | 0

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Iso-Surface

Use this function and have a look at the example to group the patch objects defined by the faces and vertices. I will also post ...

Iso-Surface

Use this function and have a look at the example to group the patch objects defined by the faces and vertices. I will also post ...

circa 8 anni ago | 0

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Mesh generation for an arbitrary 3D closed surface

I’m not aware of a specific command for this. By mesh and grid do you mean just a mesh of evenly spaced points (e.g. as produced...

Mesh generation for an arbitrary 3D closed surface

I’m not aware of a specific command for this. By mesh and grid do you mean just a mesh of evenly spaced points (e.g. as produced...

circa 8 anni ago | 0

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How to rotate a line?

This should answer your question. This code does what you want and shows you what happens depending on your choice of centre poi...

How to rotate a line?

This should answer your question. This code does what you want and shows you what happens depending on your choice of centre poi...

circa 8 anni ago | 1

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Delete number in two matrices with same indices/position

If A and B are the save size then instead of the "find" function (which produces linear or subscript indices) use logic indexing...

Delete number in two matrices with same indices/position

If A and B are the save size then instead of the "find" function (which produces linear or subscript indices) use logic indexing...

circa 8 anni ago | 0

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Finding center of a line

If your edge/line is the only segmented object (only the line consists of ones) in your image then if M is your binary image (co...

Finding center of a line

If your edge/line is the only segmented object (only the line consists of ones) in your image then if M is your binary image (co...

circa 8 anni ago | 0

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how to set nan to areas outsid a polygon on the image

Then its more complicated. When you say vertices and faces do you mean a tesselation? e.g. a Delaunay tesselation? Of the head v...

how to set nan to areas outsid a polygon on the image

Then its more complicated. When you say vertices and faces do you mean a tesselation? e.g. a Delaunay tesselation? Of the head v...

circa 8 anni ago | 1