Blog reader Jonathan from St. Jude Children's Research Hospital sent me an image derived from an MRI peg phantom:
bw = imread('https://blogs.mathworks.com/images/steve/62/mri_peg_phantom.png'); imshow(bw)
Jonathan wanted to know how to determine the position of each point. The functions bwlabel andregionprops do the trick.
The function bwlabel takes a binary image and figures which groups of white pixels are connected to each other.
L = bwlabel(bw);
The output L is called a label matrix. It has the same size as bw and contains nonnegative integers. Each positive integer value corresponds to a particular object. For example, to display the 10th object, just compare L to 10:
imshow(L == 10)
The function regionprops computes a number of different geometric properties of all the different regions contained in a label matrix. All we need for this application is the centroid:
s = regionprops(L, 'Centroid')
s = 205x1 struct array with fields: Centroid
The size of the structure array s tells you the number of labeled objects: 205. The centroid of the 10th object is:
centroid_10 = s(10).Centroid
centroid_10 = 44.1687 77.8072
Here's a simple way to superimpose the centroid locations onto the original image:
imshow(bw) hold on for k = 1:numel(s) plot(s(k).Centroid(1), s(k).Centroid(2), 'x') end hold off
Thanks for letting me show this image in the blog, Jonathan.
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