concat images in order

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khaled alsaih
khaled alsaih le 18 Oct 2019
Commenté : khaled alsaih le 23 Oct 2019
hello guys
i have 10 images of size 512x512
i need to concat 3 images at first for example
i want to concat 1st image and 2nd image and 3rd image in one image (like RGB form)
then i want to concat 2nd image and 3rd image and 4th image in one image to make the second image
then i want to concat 3rd image and 4th image and 5th image in one image to make the third image and so on
so the total number of images that should be obtained 8 images
can you please help me on that
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khaled alsaih
khaled alsaih le 18 Oct 2019
Stored in jpg format and I could do Concat(image,image,image) But wanted instead of concating the same image 3 times I want to contact three consecutive images All images released are in 3 D format before I extracted them to 2d images

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst le 22 Oct 2019
Try this:
inputFolder = '/home/user/PycharmProjects/2.5dataconversion/images/patient_1';
outputFolder = '/home/user/PycharmProjects/2.5dataconversion/images/patient_2';
filePattern = fullfile(inputFolder, '*.png'); % Change to whatever pattern you need.
theFiles = dir(filePattern);
for k = 1 : length(theFiles) - 2
% Read in image 1
baseFileName = theFiles(k).name;
fullFileName = fullfile(inputFolder, baseFileName);
image1 = imread(fullFileName);
% Read in image 2
baseFileName = theFiles(k+1).name;
fullFileName = fullfile(inputFolder, baseFileName);
image2 = imread(fullFileName);
% Read in image 3
baseFileName = theFiles(k+2).name;
fullFileName = fullfile(inputFolder, baseFileName);
image3 = imread(fullFileName);
% Now create an RGB image from those 3 gray scale images.
rgbImage = cat(3, image1, image2, image3);
% Write to disk
baseFileName = sprintf('image %2.2d.png', k);
outputFullFileName = fullfile(outputFolder, baseFileName);
imwrite(rgbImage, outputFullFileName);
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khaled alsaih
khaled alsaih le 23 Oct 2019
thanks man it works very well

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Ganesh Regoti
Ganesh Regoti le 21 Oct 2019
Assuming that you have images in 2D format i.e., 512 X 512 matrices. Here is a sample code that could help you out in doing it where I assumed images to be of size 4 X 4.
clc; clear;
%3D matrix to store images of size 4 X 4 (for testing)
images = zeros(4,4,10);
for i = 1:10
k = randi(4,4); %Generate random 4 X 4 matrices
images(:,:,i) = k(:,:);
temp = zeros(4,4,3); % temporary storage which stores the image data in RGB format
for i = 1:8 % Traverse through 1 to 8 images
if i == 1 % For the first attempt fill all the layers of temp
temp(:,:,1) = images(:,:,i);
temp(:,:,2) = images(:,:,i+1);
temp(:,:,3) = images(:,:,i+2);
else % For the rest delete the first layer and append third layer
temp(:,:,1) = [];
temp(:,:,3) = images(:,:,i+2);
% temp is the expected image at each iteration.
Hope this helps !
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khaled alsaih
khaled alsaih le 21 Oct 2019
Modifié(e) : khaled alsaih le 21 Oct 2019
yeah true but seems that your code just writing the same images in the form of 512*512 but not the form of 512x512x3

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Rik le 21 Oct 2019
folder= '/home/user/PycharmProjects/2.5dataconversion/images/patient_1'
dest = '/home/user/PycharmProjects/2.5dataconversion/images/patient_2'
filePattern = fullfile(folder, '*.png'); % Change to whatever pattern you need.
theFiles = dir(filePattern);
%load slices to 3D array
for k = 1 : numel(theFiles)
baseFileName = theFiles(k).name;
fullFileName = fullfile(folder, baseFileName);
if k==1
%initialize array with first slice
imageArray = temp(:,:,1);%assume all channels are the same
imageArray(1,1,length(theFiles)) = 0;%extend to full array size
imageArray(:,:,k) = temp(:,:,1);
%write slices
for k = 1 : (size(imageArray,3)-2)
temp = imageArray(:,:,k+[0 1 2]);
base = sprintf('Slice%d.png', k);
full = fullfile(dest, base);
imwrite(temp, full);
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Rik le 21 Oct 2019
Use the debugger; set a breakpoint at the first line of code and go through this code line by line. There should either be an error, or something unexpected happening during the reading of the source images, or the files should be written as expected.

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