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Wed Nov 21 14:26:10 CET 2012
On 11/21/2012 05:11 AM, inshu chauhan wrote:
>> I must confess I have no idea what data represents. When you're doing
>> rings, you use deltas on the cx and cy values. But when you're
>> computing radius, you use the 3d coordinates returned by data[cx, cy].
>> So is data some kind of transformation, like a projection from a 3d
>> object into a plane ?
> If I say data is a yml image file.. does it makes sense ? Nyways I am
> treating it as matrix with values.
> Yes you can say that it is a projection of 3D objects onto a 2D plane..
> which I am finding hard to work with !!!!!
indicates that .yml files are human readable files, but doesn't
specify much else.
database. So far, I've only found one reference to image,
but that doesn't really give me any intuitive meaning for the data. So
i cannot guess what the meaning of circle radius is.
At 8:43 yesterday, you had the following output and trace:
[(296, 403), (298, 403), (298, 405), (296, 405), (297, 403), (298, 404),
(297, 405), (296, 404)] ... I am printing Indices to know what index it
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "Z:/modules/Classify.py", line 73, in <module>
File "Z:/modules/Classify.py", line 49, in ComputeClasses
point = data[idx, idx]
error: index is out of range
If you meant to just show us the last new_indices list printed out, then
presumably somewhere in that list is the one that fails.
Could it be that the internally linked jpeg file has the size 300 x
3000, and that the yml data only goes to 300 x 400 ?
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