contour2logic

Below is a demonstration of the features of the contour2logic function

Contents

clear; close all; clc;

Syntax

[varargout]=contour2logic(M,v,Vcs);

Description

This function converts contours to a logic or labelled data. The logics represent wether voxels are in, on, or outside the contour.

The input consists of:

Examples

Import image data for this demo

defaultFolder = fileparts(fileparts(mfilename('fullpath'))); %Set main folder
pathNameImageData=fullfile(defaultFolder,'data','DICOM','0001_human_calf');
loadNameImageData=fullfile(pathNameImageData,'IMDAT','IMDAT.mat');
IMDAT_struct=load(loadNameImageData); %The image data structure
G = IMDAT_struct.G; %Geometric/spatial information
v=G.v; %The voxel size
M= IMDAT_struct.type_1; %The image data
contourName='imseg_calf_tibia';
pathName=fullfile(defaultFolder,'data','imseg'); %Folder name for contours

Compute levelset

loadName=fullfile(pathName,contourName);
load(loadName); %Load segmentation structure
Vcs=saveStruct.ContourSet; %Access the contour data

[logicIn,logicOn,N]=contour2logic(M,v,Vcs);

Visualize logic image and contours together

%Visualize logic image
sv3(logicIn,v); %Open slice viewer for levelset

%Visualize contours
optionStruct.Color='r';
plotContours({Vcs},optionStruct);  %Plot contours

%Add colorbar labels
[~,hc]=icolorbar;
hc.TickLabels={'Out','In'};

drawnow;

Visualize labelled image and contours together

%Visualize label image
vizStruct.colormap=viridis(3); %Set colormap for levelset visualization
hf2=sv3(N,v,vizStruct); %Open slice viewer for levelset

%Visualize contours
optionStruct.Color='r';
plotContours({Vcs},optionStruct);  %Plot contours

%Add colorbar labels
[~,hc]=icolorbar;
hc.TickLabels={'Out','On','In'};

drawnow;

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