Python package to remove spike in 2D images
Python package to remove spikes in 2D images
The spikes in 2D-images correspond to high-energy pixels generated by cosmic rays, sensor noise or dead pixels. They use to have values very different from the rest of their neighboor.
To find them, we use a moving box (5×5 pixels by default) on the image and we compare the mean/median of this sub-image to the central pixel. If the value is n (3 by default) times larger than the observed standard deviation we use the median value a the surrounding pixels (8 pixels by default) to replace the spike.
$ pip install despike
With the source files:
$ git clone https://github.com/seignovert/despike.git $ cd despike ; python setup.py install
>>> import despike >>> despike.spikes(img) # Search the location of spikes in the image >>> despike.clean(img) # Clean the image from spikes
An example can be find in this Jupyter NoteBook.
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