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Visualizing what the filter values do to an image made easy! Just a few steps and you're good to go!

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# filterV

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filterV is a short program that enables the user to visualize how any image would look after applying the Convolutional filters.

### Installation

filterV requires python3 to run.

Enter the following command in your command-line (windows): `sh pip install filterv `

### Using filterV

It’s super easy to use…!

import filterv.filter as f # import the library F = f.Filter() # create a Class Instance

input_img = F.load_img(path_to_image) # load the image F.parameters() # Initialize the parameters output_img = F.convert() # Filter the Image

F.plot(input_img, output_img) # Plot the outputs

License

MIT

Free Software, Hell Yeah!

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