Image save with colormap

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YongHyun
YongHyun 2016년 5월 10일
댓글: Image Analyst 2016년 5월 11일
Dear all, I have a image data, and I made gray image to color image with jet colormap. However, the imshow function does not support the full scale or full size saving. How can I solve this problem?
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Guillaume
Guillaume 2016년 5월 10일
imshow has nothing to do with saving images. I don't understand the question.
Also see this, this, and many more on the jet (rainbow) colour map.

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst 2016년 5월 10일
편집: Image Analyst 2016년 5월 10일
When you said "I made gray image to color image with jet colormap" it's not clear if you used
rgbImage = ind2rgb(grayImage, jet(256));
imshow(rgbImage);
Or if you did
imshow(grayImage, []);
colormap(jet(256));
The first snippet creates a new full color RGB image, while the second snippet just displays the gray scale image with a pseudocolor lookup table. Which did you do?
Then you say " imshow function does not support the full scale". Not sure if you mean the size scale or the intensity scale. Anyway, imshow() supports both. The image will be scaled to fit so that the whole image will fit into whatever size the axes control is.
Then you say "the imshow function does not support the full ... size saving". You don't use imshow() to save the image, you use imwrite(), and imwrite() will save the full sized image.
If you want to display the full size image, you'll need to use a imscrollpanel. See attached demo from the Mathworks.
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst 2016년 5월 11일
Again, imshow() does not save - it displays, and it displays the full sized image in the axes. The save() function, just like the imwrite() function, will also save the full sized image to a .mat file, if that's what you do. The saved image will remain the same class, like uint8.

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Amy Haskins
Amy Haskins 2016년 5월 10일
You're using your gray image like an indexed image and applying a colormap. The function ind2rgb will let you convert your gray image to RGB with a specified colormap and give you the full res image you're looking for.
If by save you mean save to disk, then you can use imwrite with the syntax imwrite(A,map,filename) to save the gray image and colormap, or you can save the RGB image with the imwite(A,filename) syntax after calling ind2rgb.

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson 2016년 5월 10일
Get freezeColors from the File Exchange. Display your image. freeze the colors. get the CData property from the image object. imwrite() it to a file.

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