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Topic: image show
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uny gg

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Re: image show
Posted: Apr 28, 2010 12:44 PM
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Oh.. ;)

I found a way to figure out.
I have used a function called "imagesc"..
It shows that one I would like to!! ;)

Have a great day!


"uny gg" <illinois.ks@gmail.com> wrote in message <hr9mup$j93$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> I did image clustering.. within image itself.
>
> I applied the following procedure until Step 4 in my images.
> http://www.mathworks.com/products/demos/image/color_seg_k/ipexhistology.html
>
> Using this " imshow(pixel_labels,[]), title('image labeled by cluster index');" command,
> I can see the bw image based on its clustered index. For example K = 3, there will be three index values. If K=6, there will be six index values.
>
> My question is that is there any way to see this image as a color picture.
> I mean if K=3, currently, it shows that K=1, almost black, if K=2 then grey, if K=3 then white.. something like this.
>
> But is it possible to show for example, when K=1, red, if k=2, blue, if K=3 green, etc..
>
> So, I would like to see as a color clustered index image instead of bw image.
> I tried to do it by changing the value in [].. but, it doesn't work for me.
> Anybody knows this?
>
> Thanks.



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