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Hello,
 
Where can I find a 3D image segmentation code using Otsu thresholding or using watershed transform.
 
In any language but preferably in MATLAB language.
 
kindly direct me to the right place
 
Thank you very much,
Posted 30-Jun-13 6:00am
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ThePhantomUpvoter at 30-Jun-13 11:11am
   
www.google.com
Member 10107283 at 30-Jun-13 11:26am
   
I did google it! but I had 0 luck! couldn't find anything for 3D images just 2D images. Help plz
ThePhantomUpvoter at 30-Jun-13 12:08pm
   
You got 0 results? Funny, I got 1,800,000 results. You should probably practice your searching skills. 453,000 results if I just limited your "question" to matlab.
Member 10107283 at 30-Jun-13 12:19pm
   
You got 453,000 results for 3D Matlab codes! care to share 1?
Thank you,
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 30-Jun-13 20:35pm
   
I also cannot see so many; maybe ThePhantonUpvoter forgot to limit the search by 3D, which is much more difficult then 2D.
 
I saw a number of presentations and abstracts not explaining anything essentially.
 
I also could not see any ready-to-use algorithms, only works on mathematical level (I looked for some top search results though). But maybe it's time to learn this mathematics and try to build the algorithms by yourself? If you are working is such a high-tech field, you are supposed to contribute a lot, not just use some available solutions...
—SA
Member 10107283 at 1-Jul-13 1:00am
   
I'm actually just an intern. but thank you so much for your reply
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 1-Jul-13 1:34am
   
You are welcome. I must note, being an intern does not free you from independent research work. However, it depends on your goals.
—SA
Member 10107283 at 1-Jul-13 2:43am
   
Of course not! .. I'm just saying I'm not an expert that's all. I'm trying my best to convert 2D code to 3D code but for some reason it wont work.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 1-Jul-13 8:18am
   
Yes, yes, I understand.
But I doubt that the notion of "convert" is applicable. I would read the literature to understand what people really do. I'm afraid it's not so trivial...
—SA

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