Hi Chris

Welcome to the list!

On Oct 16, 2014 10:26 PM, "Christopher" <spagodo@gmail.com> wrote:
> Discovered sci-image recently, and I like it so far. Right now I am basically trying to do an fft, filter out certain frequencies, and then back transform it to an image. My first thought was to use fft, but I can't find an fft function in the docs. I see that numpy has an fft function, but running that on a sci-kit image gives unpleasant errors. Is there perhaps a better method for this than fft? Any suggestions?

Have a look at the exercise for the FFT chapter in the scipy lecture notes:


This is very close to what you're trying to do.