SIP stands for Scilab Image Processing toolbox. SIP intends to do imaging tasks
such as filtering, blurring, edge detection, thresholding, histogram
manipulation, segmentation, mathematical morphology, color image processing,
These operations are useful for problem solving in real-world applications
ranging from car motion planning to automatic diagnosis of medical images.
SIP is meant to be a complete, useful, and FREE digital image processing toolbox
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In current state, this module does not use ATOMS template
(see SCI/contrib/toolbox_skeleton) and it can not be packaged in ATOMS
Please also notice that it does not build with a MS native C/C++ compiler on Windows (32/64
We are targeting Linux and Mac OS X.
If anyone wants to voluteer for making it work with other OS's, that would be great.
As for ATOMS: let this also be volunteer work. We will focus on making the toolbox compile
and install robustly on all Unix.
I downloaded the v0.5.6, but it does not use the toolbox skeleton template. This is why
module cannot be packaged into ATOMS.
I suggest that you post your module to the File Exchange instead :
About sip_fftshift() seen there:
fftshift() is now embedded into Scilab, making sip_fftshift() a duplicate.
Thank you Samuel,
I've deprecated the sip_fftshift function and will remove it completely in the near future.
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I downloaded the SIP toolbox ( SIP-0.5.6-1-src.tar.gz) but don't know how to integrate
it with the Scilab. Can anybody provide me instructions on what should I do after
downloading the toolbox?
atomsInstallList: The package SIP is not available.
at line 51 of function atomsError called by :
at line 76 of function atomsInstallList called by :
at line 233 of function atomsInstall called by :
How can I install it?
I want to read TIFF files with Scialb, and which tool box do I need instead of this one?
Thanks a lot!