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Nipuna on 16 Aug 2020
Commented: Vinod on 17 Aug 2020
It used an image stored in the web load it using the following command
picture = imread('');
What is the most convenient way to host a custom image to use the imread() command. Can anyone explain it with steps.
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 17 Aug 2020
It is possible to imread() a photo from Google Photos. However, the way to get the correct URL is obscure; the test I just did, the secret URL was over 800 characters of pretty random characters like P8PeurrnqmOMvBwVWkia-jeJQL6HPYz8boUvfvQ3GE

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Vinod on 17 Aug 2020
You can upload your files into your MATLAB Drive for sharing. It will require the user to log in to MATLAB Drive to access it. MATLAB can also save files into DropBox and read file out of DropBox programmatically using a dropbox token.
If you are looking for an alternative only for images - one that does not require a login, there are many options out there.
Vinod on 17 Aug 2020
I've used Imgur in the past successfully. The key there is to post the image, then right click on the image in the browser and select "copy image url" and use the image url in MATLAB. See:
img = imread('');

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