Generating synthetic images using Scilab

Scilab is a programming platform that has similar functions with that of MATLAB, only that it’s open-source.

Images, in computer ‘language’, are just matrices of numbers corresponding to pixel values.  Scilab is a useful tool in manipulating images because it can do a lot of matrix operations with only a few lines of codes.

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Finding values of digitally scanned plots

This activity is from one of my applied physics courses which deals with image processing methods.

Given digitally scanned plots such as hand-drawn historical or old plots or even the computer generated ones, you could get the values by simple ratio and proportion. This sounds so simple but takes a lot of time and focus.

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