Why is imshow() not showing my image correctly?

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Samarth Manoj Brahmbhatt
Samarth Manoj Brahmbhatt le 3 Oct 2014
Modifié(e) : Marco le 10 Oct 2014
I'm using glxa64 Matlab R 2014a on Ubuntu 14.04. Often, the following code:
>> im = imread('test/1_crop.png');
>> figure; imshow(im)
Will produce this:
Whereas the original image is:
imagesc() always shows the correct image. Also, I've observed that resizing the imshow() window produces unpredictable changes - some resizes make it look correct, some resizes make it go wrong again.
Does anybody have any ideas about why this happens?
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Samarth Manoj Brahmbhatt
Samarth Manoj Brahmbhatt le 3 Oct 2014
Issue does not depend on the image itself; I'm sure you can understand that much.
Image Analyst
Image Analyst le 4 Oct 2014
No I could not understand that much, because it doesn't happen with me or anyone else that I've heard of, for images in general. That's why I thought it might be something specific to that particular image . But now you say that imshow() never, ever works for you, for any image whatsoever. So in that case you need to call tech support.

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Anand le 3 Oct 2014
You should contact Tech Support about this question. I have a feeling it may have to do with the graphics driver, but that's just a guess.
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Samarth Manoj Brahmbhatt
Samarth Manoj Brahmbhatt le 10 Oct 2014
I contacted Tech support. After a bit of troubleshooting they determined that the problem was with the 'painters' rendering engine, which behaves weirdly when you have 'axis off'. They suggested that upgrading to R2014b might solve this problem, since it has a new rendering engine.
Marco le 10 Oct 2014
Modifié(e) : Marco le 10 Oct 2014
Hopefully. Because I have the identical problem using 2014a! Zooming (with the magnifier button of the figure window) is a kind of lottery, sometimes it works, sometimes it looks just wrong until I zoom forth or back to another magnification value, sometimes the figure (the presentation, not the buttons or window itself) even freezes and I have to make a new figure to be able to continue with inspection of my image.

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