error

inshu chauhan insideshoes at gmail.com
Fri Nov 9 11:53:56 CET 2012


http://www.ymlgroup.com/obscurehiddenlocation/downloads site, and
> imported  it using  from notzanzibar import DataType.
>

No i haven't downloaded it.. and this site is not opening...

>
> Then you'd have instantiated it in some code like
>   data = DataType(filename)
>
> and then the type of data would be notzanzibar.DataType  and the docs
> would be probably available somewhere on www.invalid.com/docs
>

This site is also blocked here.

>
> The only new guess:
>
> A 3D image would presumably have 3 subscripts, and you're only supplying
> two.
>

Yes a 3D image has 3 subscripts but m trying to access all three through
using only  2 subsscripts i.e X and Y


>
> If you want help, be explicit:
>
> 1) what version of CPython are you using, and on what OS?
>

I am using 2.7.3 on windows 7

2) what web site did you download some extra library from ?
>

The only extra libary i am using is Opencv , downloaded from
http://sourceforge.net/projects/opencvlibrary/



> 3) what import statement did you use ?
>

import cv

4) How are all those global variables initialized ?
>
see attached file

> 5) What command did you use to start the script ?  Did you run it from
> command.com, or from some IDE ?
>

Yes I am running it through IDLE GUI


> 5) Exactly what error message did you get, including the traceback ?
>

 Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "Z:\modules\Masking_an_image_dynamically.py", line 155, in <module>
    AccessPixels(data)
  File "Z:\modules\.py", line 147, in AccessPixels
    CreateMask(data, x, y)
  File "Z:\modules\new_classification.py", line 110, in CreateMask
    point = data[iy, ix ]
error: index is out of range

The line numbers here and the file attached may be different because I have
removed a lot of print statements which I was using to debug the error..



> 6) What have you done to try to figure out your own error?
>

I have trying print out variables and Indices at each step..


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