[CentralOH] focus for numpy/scipy presentations
eric at intellovations.com
Sun May 1 11:02:20 EDT 2016
I am interested in numpy and scipy for image manipulation and analysis and
would be interested in getting started with feature detection and image
Specifically for my timelapse project, I would like to identify features
like birds, the moon, airplane lights, and of course clouds. I would also
be interested in grouping sky images into groups automatically. You know
that there is blue sky and completely overcast, but there are probably
certain other types of sky and cloud cover that naturally group together
and it would be neat to be able to identify those clusters.
Don't know if any of that is possible, but that's my thoughts :-).
On Sat, Apr 30, 2016 at 6:27 PM, Neil Ludban <nludban at columbus.rr.com>
> At the last cohpy meeting, several people wrote down numpy and/or scipy
> as desired topics for future presentations. These are very broad and
> easily turn into boring overviews of python for matlab people. Does
> anyone have requests for a presentation on a specific scipy module,
> digital signal processing topic, or even an idea for a project that you
> heard numpy/scipy would be good for but not sure how to get started?
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