I can always adapt this example (http://pythonvision.org/basic-tutorial) which uses pymorph and mahotaos to counting nuceli and segments the image as a gallery example for skimage (obviously acknowledging the original tutorial).  Or is it bad form to copy/use another example.


On 20/11/2013 2:13 pm, Stéfan van der Walt wrote:

On 20 Nov 2013 07:33, "Juan Nunez-Iglesias" <jni.soma@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm guessing you are applying label() directly to your image, which is not the right way to use it.

Looks like isolating objects is a common problem. Time for another gallery example? We already have the coins, but perhaps something more realistic with some biological data.


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