I started this blog on image processing and MATLAB about a year ago. Shortly afterward, another blogger discovered it and told the world that a blog solely about MATLAB and image processing was insane!
Maybe so. But I've really enjoyed it, and many of you kind readers have encouraged me enough to keep it going.
In the past year this blog has seen 81 posts and 281 comments (including 109 responses from me). I browsed the list this morning to get a sense of the different topics and types of posts. Here are a few themes and samples:
- Under the hood: Image processing algorithms and implementations
poly2mask, separable convolution, tetrahedral interpolation, findbounds
- In-depth series
pixel colors in MATLAB, spatial transformations
- Image processing examples
point positions in MRI phantom, cell segmentation
- Frequently-asked questions about image processing in MATLAB
translation confusion, batch processing, TIFF file resolution
- General interest; seen on the web
3-D blood vessel tracing, tracing skin lesions
- Image processing tips and tricks
morphological gradient, fast local sums, uniqueness of local maximum
- MATLAB language and graphics tips and tricks
labeling labeled objects, true and false, publish
MATLAB default image, unusual red-eye reduction techniques, spatial transform contest
The biggest challenge for me has been how to politely say no when people ask me to write code and send it to them for their school projects.
Heading into my second year of image processing blogging, I have a few questions for you:
- What topics would you like to see?
- Would you like me to categorize my blog posts? Loren uses categories in her Art of MATLAB blog.
- Do you have any other suggestions for this or any other MATLAB Central blog?
Enter your comments here. Thanks for reading and for letting me know what you think.
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