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A collection of functions and classes for astronomy and astrophysics experimental and theoretical research.

GIBBON: The Geometry and Image-Based Bioengineering add-ON for MATLAB



by Yury

Optometrika MATLAB library implements analytical and iterative ray tracing approximation to optical image formation using Snell’s and Fresne


version 1.25

by David Legland

Geometric computing library for 3D shapes: meshes, points, lines, planes...

Collection and a development kit of Matlab mex functions for OpenCV library

Sandia Matlab AnalysiS Hierarchy

Region based method for segmenting and splitting images of cells in an unsupervised manner.

Automatic creation of anatomical coordinate system on the knee bones (Femur, Patella and Tibia)

Region-based Fitting of Overlapping Ellipses and its Application to Cells Segmentation



by Marius Pachitariu

Corneal Topography: Constructing Curvature Topography from Placido Rings Image

Elliptical scanning algorithm for image labeling in corneal topography

Fit ellipses, ellipsoids and other quadratic curves and surfaces to noisy data.

ellipse fit by Fitzgibbon et al. [1] and direct ellipsoid fit by Qingde Li and John G. Griffiths [4], the toolbox features an estimation algorithm by the author [2,3], based on and extending the work of

An efficient ellipse detector based on Hough voting

Overview: Fits an ellipse by examining all possible major axes (all pairs of points) and getting the minor axis using Hough transform. The algorithm complexity depends on the number of valid

MVTec Halcon function mex-wrapper

An interactive (and extremely efficient) demo toolbox solving a challenging constraint optimization problem.

greatest area, which will fit inside a given ellipse.This was a challenging bonus problem in an optimization course at Georgia Tech, which the best record before this implementation could solve at most n=6

I have cleaned up the scripts and uploaded two examples

This is my collection of scripts for fitting contact angles of tilted drops. There is two methods, polynomial fitting and double sided elliptical fit. A description of the latter method have been

A tool set for fitting various conics and quadric surfaces, e.g., ellipses, cylinders, spheres, planes, cones, and lines.

This FEX submission offers a tool set for fitting 2D conics (ellipses, circles, lines,...) as well as 3D quadric surfaces (ellipsoids, spheres, planes, cylinders, cones,...). Each type of fit is

Representation of a given 2D shape with an automatically determined number of ellipses.

Estimates the ellipse parameters and their uncertainties

EllipseFit4HC is an ellipse fitting algorithm based on first order Taylor expansion (linearization) of the originally nonlinear model. EllipseFit4HC is suggested for uncertainty evaluation of the



by Kristin

JAABA: The Janelia Automatic Animal Behavior Annotator



by Ohad Gal

Find the best fit for an ellipse using a given set of points (a closed contour).

This function uses the Least-Squares criterion for estimation of the best fit to an ellipse from a given set of points (x,y). The LS estimation is done for the conic representation of an ellipse

Quickly create publication-quality plots: automatic colors & subplots, stats, violin/box plots, etc.

user-provided anonymous function (stat_fit(), requires curve fitting toolbox) - Ellipses of confidence (stat_ellipse())- Subplots are created without too much empty space in between (and resize properly !)-

Ellipse Fit


by Tal Hendel

Given a set of points (x, y) this function returns the best fit ellipse.

Usage:[semimajor_axis, semiminor_axis, x0, y0, phi] = ellipse_fit(x, y)Input: x - a vector of x measurements y - a vector of y

Ellipse fits using geometric parameters based on Levenberg-Marquardt minimization scheme.

matrix.Usage: [ParG,RSS,iters] = fit_ellipseLMG(XY,ParGini,LambdaIni)Child functions:Residuals_ellipse(from previous submission) , JmatrixLMG (included in the main function)Input:XY:given points i=1 to nParGini

Fits an ellipse to a set of points on a plane; returns coefficients of the ellipse's equation.

This is a fast non-iterative ellipse fit, and among fast non-iterative ellipse fits this is the most accurate and robust. It takes the xy-coordinates of data points, and returns the coefficients of

Fits an ellipse to a set of points on a plane; returns the coefficients of the ellipse's equation

This is a fast and non-iterative ellipse fit. Usage: A = EllipseDirectFit(XY)Input: XY(n,2) is the array of coordinates of n points x(i)=XY(i,1), y(i)=XY(i,2) Output: A = [a b c d e f



by Martti K

Direct fitting of ellipses, ellipsoids, and hyperellipsoids

The function HYPERELLIPSOIDFIT.M fits a quadratic surface to given n-dimensional data. It has been written especially for ellipsoid fitting purposes. It contains n-dimensional elaborations of several

The active geometric shape model is a novel approach for fitting geometric shapes in images.

A set of functions for building, drawing, fitting and getting parameters of ellipses and hyperbolas.

In projective geometry we can represent conics forms as 3x3 matrices and lines as vectores in R^3. The set of functions presented here allows you to build, draw, fit and get parameters of conics



by Richard Brown

Fit ellipses to 2D points using linear or nonlinear least squares

There are two main methods for least squares ellipse fitting:1) Minimise algebraic distance, i.e. minimise sum(F(x)^2) subject to some constraint, where F(x) = x'Ax + b'x + cThis is a linear least

Fit data to conic section curves

Fit sample datasets to parabola, ellipse, or hyperbola. These functions will fit functions to translated and rotated datasets. The code for ellipses & hyperbolas ported from papers by O'Leary

processes image data containing connected ellipses. we try to fit a gaussian mixture to ellipses.

the pixels in an image are weighted with their intensity. we try to fit a pre-defined number of connected (partially overlapping) ellipses onto this image, using gmdistribution.fit from matlab

The soft segmentation purpose is calculate the area of the object more accurately.

Contour dynamics simulation of an elliptical vortex in 2D inviscid and incompressible flow


version 1.2.5

by David Legland

Matlab library for 2D/3D geometric computing, on points, lines, polygons, curves, surfaces, polygonal meshes...

Ellipse fit using geometric parameters based on Trust Region minimization scheme.

This is a version of ellipse fit when applying Trust Region minimization scheme.The most accurate and robust fit minimizes geometric (orthogonal) distances from the observed points to the fitting

Calculates slope and intercept for linear regression of data with errors in X and Y.

Sea level & vector current; irregular times; confidence intervals; constituent selection diagnostics

than 1-2 years.* Can provide easy-to-use and comprehensive diagnostics to aid the constituent selection process.* Handles sea level (amplitude and phase), or currents (current ellipse parameters), with

complete toolkit for generating, training, testing and viewing multidimensional gaussian mixtures

fits using ellipses ellipse( Opt.M, Opt.V); See mmvn_tutorial (included) for a walk-through of major functionality

Conic fit using algebraic parameters based on Levenberg-Marquardt minimization scheme.

: [ParA,RSS,iters,code] = fit_conicLMA(XY,ParAini,LambdaIni)Child functions:Residuals_ellipse, Residuals_hyperbola, AtoG( can be found from previous submissions) , JmatrixLMA (included in the main function)Input:XY:given

Automatic white blood cells detector

present in the edge map of the smear image. Guided by the values of such function, the set of encoded candidate ellipses (individuals) are evolved using the DE algorithm so that they can fit into the WBC

Standard EM algorithm to fit a GMM with the (optional) consideration of background noise.

mixture to pick up background noise/speckle; data points which one would not want to associate with any cluster.NOTE: This function requires the MATLAB Statistical Toolbox and, for plotting the ellipses

A fast 3D image viewer and slicer that provides measurement, statistics, and visualization tools.

, it is actually the largest ellipse that fits in the image bounding box. (2) line_measurement can be used independently by passing a M*N matrix. M is the number of rows. 1st row is always the pixel



by Richard Brown

Fits circles to 2D data using nonlinear least squares to minimise geometric error

Although a linear least squares fit of a circle to 2D data can be computed, this is not the solution which minimizes the distances from the points to the fitted circle (geometric error). The linear



by M MA

Harmonic analysis of time series using Least Squares Fit.

ellipse parameters semi-major and minor axis, inclination and phase angle).In the screenshot is shown two outputs, for real and imaginary series (see the examples on the file).The output of this function

Conic fit using algebraic parameters based on Trust Region minimization scheme.

: [ParA,RSS,iters,Jg] = TR_conic(XY,ParAini,DeltaIni)Child functions:Residuals_ellipse, Residuals_hyperbola, AtoG(can be found from previous submissions) , JmatrixLMA (included in the main function)Input:XY:given points