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Re: Anybody have a prgram to write a .bmp file?
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Henry F. Mollet |
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Re: Anybody have a prgram to write a .bmp file? |
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Tue, 30 Jan 2007 19:06:47 -0800 |
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I get the same as what Robert A. Macy described.
[~] -bash-2.05b 501$ octave
GNU Octave, version 2.1.71 (powerpc-apple-darwin8.1.0).
octave:1> r=ones(256,1)*(0:255)/255;
octave:2> g=.5*ones(256,256);
octave:3> b=.5*ones(256,256);
octave:4> imshow(r,g,b);
octave:5>
and using
G N U P L O T
version 4.0 patchlevel 0
Attached graph appears in Preview (version3.0.8 (409); copyright Apple) by
default or set up this way.
Henry
on 1/30/07 9:46 AM, Jordi Gutierrez Hermoso at address@hidden wrote:
> On 29/01/07, Robert A. Macy <address@hidden> wrote:
>> I need a program that writes an r, g, b set of matrices to
>> create a .bmp file
>>
>> Anybody got one?
>
> Sure. ImageMagick. I think I heard you say that you use a non-free
> operating system, and I'm not sure if those distributions of Octave
> include ImageMagick by default; you might have to get it on your own.
>
> I'm also using the 'forge script imwrite to do the writing.
>
>> for example: here are the simple matrices:
>>>> r=ones(256,1)*(0:255)/255;
>>>> g=.5*ones(256,256);
>>>> b=.5*ones(256,256);
>>
>> I tried to do
>>>> imshow(r,g,b);
>> but I only get a solid colored image with no shading
>> variations. the colors only come up based upon the first
>> few pixels
>
> That's odd. I can't reproduce this behaviour on Debian with Octave
> 2.9.9. Octave is calling ImageMagick to do the rendering, though, and
> I think I read that you aren't using ImageMagick.
>
> HTH,
> - Jordi G. H.
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imshow(r,g,b)_test.bmp
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