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How can I overlap two images/pictures in Matlab?

Asked by Zubair Nizamani on 14 Jul 2016
Latest activity Commented on by mohammed alany on 31 Mar 2019
I am trying to overlap two pictures one of them is in .jpg file and other is contour plot from MATlab. I want to overlap on one an other to compare the contour lines. Does any body know what code can be or any manual way?

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Answer by David Young
on 14 Jul 2016

You can use hold to superimpose contour lines on an image. Here's an example:
% Get an image from a jpg file
img = imread('street1.jpg');
% display it
imshow(img);
% superimpose a contour map (in this case of the image brightness)
hold on;
contour(rgb2gray(img), 5);
hold off;

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hello this is my first question in mathworks . im trying to analyse via fft some data but due to the fact that i have some gaps in my measurements and since i have one measurement every 30 min i'm having hard time to do that correct. thank you in advace ! Ted
What do you want to do with the rows that have missing measurements? Ignore them? Interpolate them?

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Answer by Image Analyst
on 14 Jul 2016

There is a function for that. It's called imfuse().

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many thanks for this answer,

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