Geometric morphometrics operations in python
Welcome to Morphops!
Morphops implements common operations and algorithms for geometric morphometrics, in python 3.
Some high-level operations in the current version are
- Centering, rescaling data
- Rigid Rotation, Ordinary and Generalized Procrustes alignment
- Thin-plate spline warping
- Reading from and writing to *.dta files
pip install morphops
import morphops as mops # Create 3 landmark sets, each having 5 landmarks in 2 dimensions. A = [[0,0],[2,0],[2,2],[1,3],[0,2]] B = [[0.1,-0.1],[2,0],[2.3,1.8],[1,3],[0.4,2]] C = [[-0.1,-0.1],[2.1,0],[2,1.8],[0.9,3.1],[-0.4,2.1]] # Perform Generalized Procrustes alignment to align A, B, C. # :func:`gpa` is in the procrustes module. res = mops.gpa([A,B,C]) # res['aligned'] contains the aligned A, B, C. # res['mean'] contains the mean of the aligned A, B, C. # Create a Thin-plate Spline warp from A to B and warp C. warped_C = mops.tps_warp(A, B, C) # warped_C contains the image of the pts in C under the TPS warp.
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