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Does what cpselect does in MATLAB.

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Does what cpselect does in MATLAB.


You will need to have the following packages installed:

  • matplotlib (tested with 3.0.1)
  • Pillow (tested with 5.3.0)
  • PyQt5 (tested with 5.11.3)

Installing and import

Install the package using pip

pip install cpselect

and import it with

from cpselect.cpselect import cpselect

Using cpselect

Just call function cpselect. The function takes two inputs, two strings with the path to your pictures.

controlpointlist = cpselect("path/to/image1", "path/to/image2")

It will return a list object, which contains a dictionary for each control point.

    'point_id': 1,
    'img1_x': 1060.4614978873824,
    'img1_y': 1152.554044351164,
    'img2_x': 136.567465687222,
    'img2_y': 1095.033125293419,
    'point_id': 2,
    'img1_x': 1681.815230178675,
    'img1_y': 727.6577421225597,
    'img2_x': 1378.2481704454449,
    'img2_y': 101.68856148684131,

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