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andydansby
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SDK Examples

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As a companion to the SDK document I wrote, here is a project to calculate the mean of each Red, Green and Blue pixel of the entire image.

This is not really a filter, however it is a building block to gather statistics.

https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=A ... baJ2HEGqP8

Enjoy

Andy Dansby

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Re: SDK Examples

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As a companion to the SDK document I wrote, here is a project to calculate the Min of each Red, Green and Blue pixel of the entire image.

This is not really a filter, however it is a building block to gather statistics.

https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=A ... xv_-vXOQxk

Enjoy

Andy Dansby

andydansby
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Re: SDK Examples

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As a companion to the SDK document I wrote, here is a project to calculate the Max of each Red, Green and Blue pixel of the entire image.

This is not really a filter, however it is a building block to gather statistics.

https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=A ... IVbYE3-anQ

Enjoy

Andy Dansby

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Re: SDK Examples

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As a companion to the SDK document I wrote, here is a project to calculate the Standard Deviation of each Red, Green and Blue pixel of the entire image.

This is not really a filter, however it is a building block to gather statistics.

https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=A ... iSIwIZz3hU

ahhhh, I love the smell of statistics in the morning. :twisted:

Enjoy

Andy Dansby

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Re: SDK Examples

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andydansby wrote:
ahhhh, I love the smell of statistics in the morning. :twisted:

Enjoy

Andy Dansby
"Cry HAVOC and let loose the dogs of statistics!"

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