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blogtng:2011-08-22:python_ip_cookbook_on_the_way

Python IP cookbook on the way

Started to write Python Image Processing Cookbook.

http://cmci.embl.de/documents/110816pyip_cooking

It's a bit surprising that there is not much information about Python Image Processing, considering it's potential. Most of the tutorial pages are about PIL module which only allows you to deal with 8-bit images.

I have been comparing Python IP and Java IP, and think that these two worlds could be complement to each other. Java is much stronger with Image Processing libraries but weak with statistics and numerical treatments. For the latters, Python is much more efficient. Python is also better for plotting graphs in 2D and 3D.

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