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Topic: imshow Error
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Steven Lord

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Re: imshow Error
Posted: Jan 8, 2013 9:38 AM
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"Michael " <mrg_1309@hotmail.co.uk> wrote in message
news:kch0kk$puq$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com...
> Hello all,
>
> I've just started attempting to use the image processing toolbox and I
> have already run into some difficulty I can't seem to solve. When calling
> the imshow command I am presented with the following error. I've tried
> searching for a solution but they all seem to suggest that the Image
> Processing Tooolbox is simply not installed, however my 'ver' command
> shows it is and I do have a license available.
>

>>> I=imread('33mm 0.65z 0 B.jpg');
>>> save I
>>> imshow(I)

> ??? Undefined function or method 'imshow' for input arguments of type
> 'uint8'.
>

>>> ver
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> MATLAB Version 7.12.0.635 (R2011a)


*snip*

> Image Processing Toolbox Version 7.2
> (R2011a)


While it is listed in the output of VER, it's possible that all the licenses
for this toolbox are already in use. Ask your license administrator (IT
staff) to double-check this.

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Steve Lord
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