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Mon, 29 Apr 2019 10:01:41 -0500 (CDT)
I often need to compare before and after images, or check the registration of
Some image viewers allow you to wipe between two images. This is one way of
doing what I want, and the one I put in the title, but there may be others.
imshow() does not support a second image. However, I can flip between two
images I and J by calling imshow(I) and imshow (J). However, I often want to
zoom into some detail, and compare the same region in I and J. I can do this
by reading off the X and Y range off the the imshow() view, and altering the
commands to display that subset of each image. It would be easier if I could
call new new imshow() command and inherit the zoom and pan settings of the
previous one, but I can't see how that can be done.
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- image wipe,
Richard Kirk <=