Math and statistics » Projection operators module

Operators that project the image data onto fewer spatial dimensions, computing image statistics.

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Functions

void dip::Mean(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::String const& mode = "", dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the (arithmetic) mean of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::Sum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the sum of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::GeometricMean(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the geometric mean of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::Product(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the product of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::MeanAbs(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the mean of the absolute pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::MeanModulus(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the mean of the modulus of the pixel values. Alias to dip::MeanAbs.
void dip::SumAbs(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the sum of the absolute pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::SumModulus(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the sum of the modulus of the pixel values. Alias to dip::SumAbs.
void dip::MeanSquare(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the mean of the square pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::SumSquare(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the sum of the square pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::MeanSquareModulus(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the mean of the square modulus of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::SumSquareModulus(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the sum of the square modulus of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::Variance(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::String mode = S::FAST, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the variance of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::StandardDeviation(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::String mode = S::FAST, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the standard deviation of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::Maximum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the maximum of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::Minimum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the minimum of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::MaximumAbs(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the maximum of the absolute pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::MinimumAbs(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the minimum of the absolute pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::Percentile(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::dfloat percentile = 50, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the percentile of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::Median(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Calculates the median of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::MedianAbsoluteDeviation(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Computes the median absolute deviation (MAD)
void dip::All(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Determines if all pixels have non-zero values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::Any(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})
Determines if any pixel has a non-zero value over all those dimensions which are specified by process.
void dip::PositionMaximum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::uint dim = 0, dip::String const& mode = S::FIRST)
Calculates the position of the maximum of the pixel values in a single dimension specified by dim.
void dip::PositionMinimum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::uint dim = 0, dip::String const& mode = S::FIRST)
Calculates the position of the minimum of the pixel values in a single dimension specified by dim.
void dip::PositionPercentile(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::dfloat percentile = 50, dip::uint dim = 0, dip::String const& mode = S::FIRST)
Calculates the position of the percentile of the pixel values in a single dimension specified by dim.
void dip::PositionMedian(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::uint dim = 0, dip::String const& mode = S::FIRST)
Calculates the position of the median of the pixel values in a single dimension specified by dim.
void dip::RadialSum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::dfloat binSize = 1, dip::String const& maxRadius = S::OUTERRADIUS, dip::FloatArray const& center = {})
Computes the radial projection of the sum of the pixel values of in.
void dip::RadialMean(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::dfloat binSize = 1, dip::String const& maxRadius = S::OUTERRADIUS, dip::FloatArray const& center = {})
Computes the radial projection of the mean of the pixel values of in.
void dip::RadialMinimum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::dfloat binSize = 1, dip::String const& maxRadius = S::OUTERRADIUS, dip::FloatArray const& center = {})
Computes the radial projection of the minimum of the pixel values of in.
void dip::RadialMaximum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::dfloat binSize = 1, dip::String const& maxRadius = S::OUTERRADIUS, dip::FloatArray const& center = {})
Computes the radial projection of the maximum of the pixel values of in.

Function documentation

void dip::Mean(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::String const& mode = "", dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the (arithmetic) mean of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the mean pixel value. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the mean projection along the processing dimensions. To get the mean value of all pixels in the image:

dip::Mean( img ).As< double >();

If mode is "directional", the data in in are assumed to be angles, and directional statistics are used. If in contains orientations, multiply it by 2 before applying this function, and divide the result by 2. For directional statistics, the input must be floating point.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::Mean( img.At( mask ), mode ) is the same as dip::Mean( img, mask, mode ).

void dip::Sum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the sum of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the sum of pixel values. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the sum projection along the processing dimensions. To get the sum of all pixel values in the image:

dip::Sum( img ).As< double >();

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::Sum( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::Sum( img, mask ).

void dip::GeometricMean(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the geometric mean of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the product of pixel values. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the product projection along the processing dimensions. To get the product of all pixel values in the image:

dip::GeometricMean( img ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the geometric mean is computed for each element independently.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::GeometricMean( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::GeometricMean( img, mask ).

void dip::Product(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the product of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the product of pixel values. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the product projection along the processing dimensions. To get the product of all pixel values in the image:

dip::Product( img ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the product is computed for each element independently.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::Product( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::Product( img, mask ).

void dip::MeanAbs(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the mean of the absolute pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the mean absolute pixel value. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the mean absolute projection along the processing dimensions. To get the mean absolute value of all pixels in the image:

dip::MeanAbs( img ).As< double >();

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::MeanAbs( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::MeanAbs( img, mask ).

void dip::SumAbs(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the sum of the absolute pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the sum absolute pixel value. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the sum absolute projection along the processing dimensions. To get the sum absolute value of all pixels in the image:

dip::SumAbs( img ).As< double >();

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::SumAbs( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::SumAbs( img, mask ).

void dip::MeanSquare(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the mean of the square pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the mean square pixel value. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the mean square projection along the processing dimensions. To get the mean square value of all pixels in the image:

dip::MeanSquare( img ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::MeanSquare( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::MeanSquare( img, mask ).

void dip::SumSquare(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the sum of the square pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the sum square pixel value. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the sum square projection along the processing dimensions. To get the sum square value of all pixels in the image:

dip::SumSquare( img ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::SumSquare( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::SumSquare( img, mask ).

void dip::MeanSquareModulus(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the mean of the square modulus of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the mean square pixel value. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the mean square projection along the processing dimensions. To get the mean square modulus value of all pixels in the image:

dip::MeanSquareModulus( img ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. If img is complex, out is of the corresponding floating-point type. For other input data types, this function is identical to dip::MeanSquare.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::MeanSquareModulus( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::MeanSquareModulus( img, mask ).

void dip::SumSquareModulus(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the sum of the square modulus of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the sum square pixel value. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the sum square projection along the processing dimensions. To get the sum square modulus value of all pixels in the image:

dip::SumSquareModulus( img ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. If img is complex, out is of the corresponding floating-point type. For other input data types, this function is identical to dip::SumSquare.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::SumSquareModulus( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::SumSquareModulus( img, mask ).

void dip::Variance(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::String mode = S::FAST, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the variance of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the variance of the pixel values. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the variance projection along the processing dimensions. To get the variance of all pixels in the image:

dip::Variance( img ).As< double >();

If mode is "fast", a simplistic method to compute variance is used; this method can result in catastrophic cancellation if the variance is very small with respect to the mean. If mode is "stable", a stable algorithm is used that avoids catastrophic cancellation, but is slower (see dip::VarianceAccumulator and dip::FastVarianceAccumulator). For 8 and 16-bit integer images, the fast algorithm is always used.

If mode is "directional", the data in in are assumed to be angles, and directional statistics are used. If in contains orientations, multiply it by 2 before applying this function, and divide the result by 2.

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. Input must be not complex, and for directional statistics it must be floating point.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::Variance( img.At( mask ), mode ) is the same as dip::Variance( img, mask, mode ).

void dip::StandardDeviation(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::String mode = S::FAST, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the standard deviation of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the standard deviation of the pixel values. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the standard deviation projection along the processing dimensions. To get the standard deviation of all pixels in the image:

dip::StandardDeviation( img ).As< double >();

If mode is "fast", a simplistic method to compute standard deviation is used; this method can result in catastrophic cancellation if the variance is very small with respect to the mean. If mode is "stable", a stable algorithm is used that avoids catastrophic cancellation, but is slower (see dip::VarianceAccumulator and dip::FastVarianceAccumulator). For 8 and 16-bit integer images, the fast algorithm is always used.

If mode is "directional", the data in in are assumed to be angles, and directional statistics are used. If in contains orientations, multiply it by 2 before applying this function, and divide the result by 2.

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. Input must be not complex, and for directional statistics it must be floating point.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::StandardDeviation( img.At( mask ), mode ) is the same as dip::StandardDeviation( img, mask, mode ).

void dip::Maximum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the maximum of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the maximum of the pixel values. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the maximum projection along the processing dimensions. To get the maximum of all pixels in the image:

dip::Maximum( img ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. Input must be not complex.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

To compute the sample-wise maximum over two or more images, use dip::Supremum.

An alias is defined such that dip::Maximum( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::Maximum( img, mask ).

void dip::Minimum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the minimum of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the minimum of the pixel values. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the minimum projection along the processing dimensions. To get the minimum of all pixels in the image:

dip::Minimum( img ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. Input must be not complex.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

To compute the sample-wise minimum over two or more images, use dip::Infimum.

An alias is defined such that dip::Minimum( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::Minimum( img, mask ).

void dip::MaximumAbs(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the maximum of the absolute pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the maximum of the pixel values. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the maximum projection along the processing dimensions. To get the maximum of all pixels in the image:

dip::Maximum( img ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::MaximumAbs( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::MaximumAbs( img, mask ).

void dip::MinimumAbs(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the minimum of the absolute pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the minimum of the pixel values. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the minimum projection along the processing dimensions. To get the minimum of all pixels in the image:

dip::Minimum( img ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::MinimumAbs( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::MinimumAbs( img, mask ).

void dip::Percentile(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::dfloat percentile = 50, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the percentile of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the percentile percentile of the pixel values. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the percentile projection along the processing dimensions. To get the 30th percentile of all pixels in the image:

dip::Percentile( img, {}, 30.0 ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. Input must be not complex.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::Percentile( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::Percentile( img, mask ).

void dip::Median(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Calculates the median of the pixel values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the median (50th percentile) of the pixel values. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the median projection along the processing dimensions. To get the median of all pixels in the image:

dip::Median( img ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. Input must be not complex.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::Median( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::Median( img, mask ).

void dip::MedianAbsoluteDeviation(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Computes the median absolute deviation (MAD)

The MAD is a measure of statistical dispersion. It can be used as a robust estimate of the standard deviation. For normally distributed data, the standard deviation equals 1.4826 * MAD. It is computed as if by

dip::Median( dip::Abs( img - dip::Median( img )));

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing the MAD of the pixel values. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the MAD projection along the processing dimensions. To get the MAD of all pixels in the image:

dip::MedianAbsoluteDeviation( img ).As< double >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. Input must be not complex.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

An alias is defined such that dip::MedianAbsoluteDeviation( img.At( mask )) is the same as dip::MedianAbsoluteDeviation( img, mask ).

void dip::All(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Determines if all pixels have non-zero values over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing a boolean value. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the “all” projection along the processing dimensions. To test if all the pixels in the image are non-zero:

dip::All( img ).As< bool >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

void dip::Any(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::BooleanArray const& process = {})

Determines if any pixel has a non-zero value over all those dimensions which are specified by process.

If process is an empty array, all dimensions are processed, and a 0D output image is generated containing a boolean value. Otherwise, the output has as many dimensions as elements in process that are false, and equals the “any” projection along the processing dimensions. To test if any pixel in the image is non-zero:

dip::Any( img ).As< bool >();

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

void dip::PositionMaximum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::uint dim = 0, dip::String const& mode = S::FIRST)

Calculates the position of the maximum of the pixel values in a single dimension specified by dim.

The out image has size 1 in the dim dimension and is equally sized as in in the other dimensions. For each image line in the dim dimension, the position of the maximum is computed and its dim-coordinate is stored in out at the coordinates of that image line.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

If mode is "first", the first maximum is found, in linear index order. If it is "last", the last one is found.

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. Input must be not complex.

void dip::PositionMinimum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::uint dim = 0, dip::String const& mode = S::FIRST)

Calculates the position of the minimum of the pixel values in a single dimension specified by dim.

The out image has size 1 in the dim dimension and is equally sized as in in the other dimensions. For each image line in the dim dimension, the position of the minimum is computed and its dim-coordinate is stored in out at the coordinates of that image line.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

If mode is "first", the first minimum is found, in linear index order. If it is "last", the last one is found.

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. Input must be not complex.

void dip::PositionPercentile(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::dfloat percentile = 50, dip::uint dim = 0, dip::String const& mode = S::FIRST)

Calculates the position of the percentile of the pixel values in a single dimension specified by dim.

The out image has size 1 in the dim dimension and is equally sized as in in the other dimensions. For each image line in the dim dimension, the position of the percentile is computed and its dim-coordinate is stored in out at the coordinates of that image line.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

percentile must be between 0.0 and 100.0.

If mode is "first", the first percentile is found, in linear index order. If it is "last", the last one is found.

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. Input must be not complex.

A call to this function with percentile set to 0.0 redirects to dip::PositionMinimum and a value of 100.0 redirects to dip::PositionMaximum.

void dip::PositionMedian(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::uint dim = 0, dip::String const& mode = S::FIRST)

Calculates the position of the median of the pixel values in a single dimension specified by dim.

The out image has size 1 in the dim dimension and is equally sized as in in the other dimensions. For each image line in the dim dimension, the position of the median is computed and its dim-coordinate is stored in out at the coordinates of that image line.

If mask is forged, only those pixels selected by the mask image are used.

If mode is "first", the first percentile is found, in linear index order. If it is "last", the last one is found.

For tensor images, the result is computed for each element independently. Input must be not complex.

This function redirects to dip::PositionPercentile with percentile set to 50.0.

void dip::RadialSum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::dfloat binSize = 1, dip::String const& maxRadius = S::OUTERRADIUS, dip::FloatArray const& center = {})

Computes the radial projection of the sum of the pixel values of in.

If the radial distance of a pixel to the center of the image is r, then the sum of the intensities of all pixels with \verbatim n * binSize <= r < (n + 1) * binSize \endverbatim is stored at position n in the radial dimension of out.

binSize sets the size of the bins (pixels) in the radial output dimension. If maxRadius is set to “inner radius”, the maximum radius that is projected is equal to the smallest distance from the given center to any edge pixel of the image. Otherwise, when maxRadius is set to “outer radius”, the maximum radius is set to largest distance from the given center to any edge pixel.

The output data type is DFLOAT for non-complex inputs and DCOMPLEX for complex inputs.

void dip::RadialMean(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::dfloat binSize = 1, dip::String const& maxRadius = S::OUTERRADIUS, dip::FloatArray const& center = {})

Computes the radial projection of the mean of the pixel values of in.

If the radial distance of a pixel to the center of the image is r, then the sum of the intensities of all pixels with \verbatim n * binSize <= r < (n + 1) * binSize \endverbatim is stored at position n in the radial dimension of out.

binSize sets the size of the bins (pixels) in the radial output dimension. If maxRadius is set to “inner radius”, the maximum radius that is projected is equal to the smallest distance from the given center to any edge pixel of the image. Otherwise, when maxRadius is set to “outer radius”, the maximum radius is set to largest distance from the given center to any edge pixel.

The output data type is DFLOAT for non-complex inputs and DCOMPLEX for complex inputs.

void dip::RadialMinimum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::dfloat binSize = 1, dip::String const& maxRadius = S::OUTERRADIUS, dip::FloatArray const& center = {})

Computes the radial projection of the minimum of the pixel values of in.

If the radial distance of a pixel to the center of the image is r, then the sum of the intensities of all pixels with \verbatim n * binSize <= r < (n + 1) * binSize \endverbatim is stored at position n in the radial dimension of out.

binSize sets the size of the bins (pixels) in the radial output dimension. If maxRadius is set to “inner radius”, the maximum radius that is projected is equal to the smallest distance from the given center to any edge pixel of the image. Otherwise, when maxRadius is set to “outer radius”, the maximum radius is set to largest distance from the given center to any edge pixel.

The output data type is equal to the input data type.

void dip::RadialMaximum(dip::Image const& in, dip::Image const& mask, dip::Image& out, dip::dfloat binSize = 1, dip::String const& maxRadius = S::OUTERRADIUS, dip::FloatArray const& center = {})

Computes the radial projection of the maximum of the pixel values of in.

If the radial distance of a pixel to the center of the image is r, then the sum of the intensities of all pixels with \verbatim n * binSize <= r < (n + 1) * binSize \endverbatim is stored at position n in the radial dimension of out.

binSize sets the size of the bins (pixels) in the radial output dimension. If maxRadius is set to “inner radius”, the maximum radius that is projected is equal to the smallest distance from the given center to any edge pixel of the image. Otherwise, when maxRadius is set to “outer radius”, the maximum radius is set to largest distance from the given center to any edge pixel.

The output data type is equal to the input data type.