Juan and I are going to run a "big image" sprint at SciPy Japan next week
(Nov 1-2, 9am-5pm Tokyo time). Anyone who wants to join the sprint (even
asynchronously) is welcome to join!
There's a hackmd here with some more details about topics people might like
to sprint on: https://hackmd.io/qpiRFdIsTdCAfdr_C2mMUA
The next developers' meeting for scikit-image will take place next
Thursday (October 29th) at 11am CEST (Paris time). All developers are
welcome to attend the meeting.
This meeting will focus again on the preparation of the 0.18
release. Other agenda items can be found at:
We will use Zoom (https://monash.zoom.us/j/284282585).
I am pretty much a beginner in Python and scikit-image.
Thank you for all the great resources!
I am using sci-kit image for a hobby project involving images of medieval
Here is my question:
How do I save images like I see -- in many of your examples, in matplotlib?
1. The last image of colored, segmented coins in
2. Or the three results in
3. Or even the three results in
I have some test scripts that successfully save using skimage.io.imsave.
But the results like in the examples above don't save the color; and/or the
results are very dark (like mostly or all black-looking). I also get a lot
of warnings about lossy-ness.
I've tried a number of things, including matplot's saving methods. But the
results are still what I've described.
Any help on this would be super-appreciated!
PS I can also save what I see pop up when running a script, hitting the
disk symbol and saving. But as you probably know, the results not only have
the axes and words and such, but they also are very small and poor
resolution (though I'm not confident "resolution" is the right term).