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Dilating regions in code

A demonstration of using region dilation on a thresholded image using Python in Fiji

As we have seen, often regions in thresholded images need tidying up to remove gaps in the thesholded foreground object, or remove noise in the background

One way to do this is using morphological operators such as erosion and dilation. Here’s how to perform the dilation step using Python in Fiji. The code here is more complicated than in previous videos, but uses the same basic blocks we’ve seen before, such as for loops and if statements.

The code can be downloaded for you to try out yourself at https://github.com/nlmellor/PhenoDataCampp/tree/main/ImageAnalysis/code

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