A variation of Matlab's cart2sph, that transforms a vector of Cartesian coordinates (East, North, Up) to radar coordinates (Range, Azimuth, Elevation). Note the different definition of radar coords vs. spherical coords, which require this different function (see exact definitions within the help comment).
input format #1: [...] = xyz2rae(x,y,z)
input format #2: [...] = xyz2rae(xyz)
output format #1: [range, azimuth,...
computes altitude of a site at given lat,long coordinates
by means of bicubic interpolation using itu topo 0.5 degrees resolution
refer to ITU-R Recommendation P 1511.
returns a set of 2D coordinates from a 3D triangulated surface. 2D points are disposed inside a circle of unit radius so they represent a parametrization of the initial surface.
The triangulation is represented by the n x 3 t array.
distributes points around a given point on a through a normal determined plane and gives their coordinates back
IMAGE2SPREADSHEET allows the user to browse through several pictures in one folder and collect pixel coordinates from each picture.
Use the arrows to navigate through the pictures and press 'space' to collect coordinates.
Function that convert geographic coordinates to North azimuthal equal-area map with 25 km
resolution pixel (EASE-Grid projection or NL). That projection is used mainly in remote sensing and cover the northern hemisphere.
Function takes a picture as an argument (suitably should contain only one object whose centroid is to be obtained) and returns the x and y coordinates of its centroid.
The problem of fitting a straight line to data with uncertainties in both coordinates is solved using a weighted total least-squares algorithm. The parameters are transformed from the usual slope/y-axis intersection pair to slope angle and...
this program will record the vertices from the imaris filament program, x, y, z coordinates.
This program will record the x,y,z coordinates output from imaris cooresponding to the small spots which are endpoints for the filament generating function.
Generate a Cartesian coordinates of the cubed-sphere of radius 1
the grid is gnomonic equiangular/equidistance central projection
Inspired from this thread http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/new...w_thread/258457
It first transforms to patient coordinates and then to the second coordinates. Both dicom image sets should have the same localizer while scanning.
It takes two inputs: dicominfo structures (taken by dicominfo mmand) of two image sets. The...
Accepts a list of x and y coordinates. First, we find the smallest circumscribing polygon from this list (convhull). Finally, we use this polygon's coordinates to find the smallest circumscribing circle. We find the circle by minimizing the...
plot3AniAnaglyph(S,params) produces an anaglyph (red/cyan 3D) plot3 animation of the of arguments in cartesian coordinates (S = [X,Y,Z]).
The animation includes the evolution and rotation of the arguments confined to a 1x1x1 cube...
the function gets x-y-z coordinates and calculate the x-y coordinates for the left-eye and the right-eye images.
a demo script demonstrate the function, red/blue 3D glasses is needed.
03 Mar 2012 (Updated 06 Mar 2012)
Function to generate a listing of the coordinates for a specified Cartesian space.
A = ENUM_COORDS(X) returns the matrix elements of a 2D region, where X contains a 4-element vector, X=[x y width...
Robot displays work volume, having flexibility of screen rotation, specification of degree of freedom, shows x y z coordinates of end point of robot arm etc.
If you like it or want to comment any thing or having any query, feel free to...
works the same as LINE(X,Y) but you can retrieve the coordinates of the line. It works for Xstart~=Xend.
Rotates the given coordinates about a given center using either degrees or radians. Results are suitable for use with 'plot' function.
Simple widget to get the coordinates of a point in a figure or axis.
Just select the current figure and type getpoint. A button with two fields will appear in the upper right corner. click the button, then the point and the coordinates...