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imdisp (enhanced version)

version 1.5.0.0 (641 KB) by Yi Sui
Display multiple images as a montage of subplots

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Updated 25 Nov 2014

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This is an enhanced version of imdisp by Oliver Woodford.
New Functions:
Keyboard shortcuts:
h: help window
t: toggle the numbered label on top-left corner
r: reverse current colormap
g: gray colormap
v: hsv colormap
j: jet color
r: reverse current colormap
u: undock current axis
m: movie mode
Space bar: play/stop movie
+/- : increase/decrease FPS
Tab: reset layout
0: default window/level
1: preset window/level [0 1]
2: preset window/level [0 2^15]
3: auto window/level based on current image
4: auto window/level based on selected region
5: auto window/level for each image
6-8: user window/level,ctrl+num to save current WL
9: set WL manually
Mouse:
Ctrl+Left Button: hold and move to adjust WL of current image
Shift+Left Button: adjust WL of all images
Scroll wheel: zoom current axis
Support dicom files.
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Example:
load mri
imdisp(D)

Comments and Ratings (5)

John B.

Note - Requires ecdf function from Statistics Toolbox. Haven't found a replacement yet.

Awesome!

Very nice improvements! In Matalb 2014b a lot of annoying warnings are generated, i.e. repetitions of this one:

Warning: The DrawMode property will be removed in a future release. Use the SortMethod property instead.
> In imdisp>display_image at 599

I replaced »'DrawMode', 'fast'« with »'SortMethod', 'depth'« in line 599; now the warnings are gone.

Yee Kai

Excellent work and GUI to visualize time series data such as MRI!!

Ziying

Updates

1.5.0.0

Update picture

1.4.0.0

Matlab Version >= R2014a

1.3.0.0

movie mode
bug fixes

1.2.0.0

now support dicom files
scroll wheel to zoom current axis
high light currently selected axis

1.1.0.0

bug fixes

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2014a
Compatible with any release
Platform Compatibility
Windows macOS Linux
Acknowledgements

Inspired by: draggable, imdisp

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