Compile Computer Vision Toolbox function for Python using Matlab Compiler SDK/Engine API

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I have written substantial code in MATLAB using the Computer Vision Toolbox and I would like to convert the code to Python or import this code as a library using something like
import matlab.engine
in Python through 'MATLAB Engine API for Python' functionality. The specific function I am looking to convert is
from CV Toolbox but I presume the approach will apply to any future modules I wish to import.
I have tried the basic
commands in Python and they work fine but cannot find anything for CVT functions. Any help is appreciated.

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Gowtham Uma Maheswari Jaganathan
You were doing the right thing. You have to create MATLAB engine object and then use the engine object to all function from MATLAB.
For example:
import matlab.engine
eng = matlab.engine.start_matlab()
ret = eng.sqrt(4.0) # use whatever function instead of sqrt(4.0)
More infromation can be found in the document page linked below
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Anshul Joshi
Anshul Joshi 2018년 5월 21일
But how to import/call CV toolbox functions using the matlab engine. I tried but there's no drop-down showing the functions and if I call it anyway it says "not found".
Jesus Velazquez
Jesus Velazquez 2019년 7월 2일
have you tried manually adding the path to the toolbox functions? Like:
eng.addpath( "C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2018b\toolbox\shared\optimlib" );

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