- you could take special steps to convert to a true grayscale jpg image
- you could convert the image to grayscale and write it as png or other format that is more suitable for grayscale
- you could rgb2gray the image after reading it in
- you could go back to the original dicom data and write it as png
Error with anisotropic diffusion script
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BA on 19 Aug 2022
Answered: Walter Roberson on 20 Aug 2022
I tried to use the attached 'anisotropic diffusion' script but it gives me an error that it does not work on 3d image. I wonder if anyone has an updated script to work on the attached example image.
Walter Roberson on 20 Aug 2022
The great majority of gray-looking jpg images are actually rgb images.
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