I've added a few items to Tony's list:
Add default structuring elements to morphology operations, and fall back on scipy.ndimage when parameters don't fit our optimized functions based on rank filters (2D images, bitdepth<12).
Distribute tifffile.py with scikit-image and make it the default for TIFF files
Other IO improvements, such as reordering plugin preferences, issuing warnings when certain plugins are used that rescale the image to float, etc.
Improve 3D support (a few attendees requested this and expressed interest in helping with that)
Additionally, as I mentioned at the end of my talk and to all who would listen, I have no interest in locking myself in a basement for 8h while it's a nice day out. (You might recall that I was just as adamant 2 years ago, but back then I wasn't leading. =P) As such, I propose holding the skimage in one of:
201 (an official sprinting room) *only* if the shades are opened the tables outside of the Tejas dining room Gabriel's bar, either inside or outside.
The last one is my preferred choice since we can also enjoy drinks while sprinting!
Finally, depending on how things go, we may only sprint on skimage on Friday so that we can mingle with the other teams on Saturday. But we'll play this by ear.
PS: Regarding the tutorials, I have been busy with my own talk and didn't have a chance to upload my solutions. Will do those now.
PPS: I am also hereby proposing #skimage as the official hashtag of the scikit-image library. =)
On Wed, Jul 9, 2014 at 10:59 PM, Tony Yu firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Juan and I put together a tutorial for SciPy 2014. If anyone has 4 hours to kill, here's a link to the first video, which should link to the other 3 videos in the sidebar
The accompanying notebooks are here:
Also, Juan and I are planning to hold a sprint on Friday. I know Steven Sylvester and Thomas Caswell frequent this list (and are currently here for the conference), so this is me putting you on the spot to get you to join us for the sprint. Anyone else that reads this list should join in as well.
I put together a list of possible sprint items on the wiki. Juan: I wrote down what I remembered from our discussion; make sure you give it a look over to make sure I didn't forget anything we talked about. Everyone: If you have any ideas, now is the time to throw it out there:
By the way, a couple of the suggestions I wrote down might be controversial, specifically, these two:
- Move and deprecate functions
- canny from filter to feature
- threshold_* from filter to exposure
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