It appears to me that when imshow tells you that the mouse cursor is at
That corresponds to array element
Is there a reason imshow does not have x be the first coordinate of the
array as I would think of as conventional usage?
That is not conventional usage. Instead, for images, it common for the image to correspond to a printout of memory, using the C convention. Hence the column index is X, and incrementing the row index yields the next line down on the page, thereby corresponding to a decrease in the Y coordinate.
On 03/15/2011 10:23 AM, Tom Dimiduk wrote: