Release Notes: This release adds the functions resize_to, resize_rgb_to, and remove_regions_where. It also adds optional normalization to moment computation. Additionally, it fixes bugs in SLIC and convolution of small images.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It includes an important fix to SLIC superpixels as well as several fixes throughout.
Release Notes: This release adds several minor improvements: new arguments to the bbox function, distance transform in multiple dimensions, and better error messages. Internally, mahotas has been updated to exclusively use the newer numpy APIs for future-proofing.
Release Notes: This release fixes an installation issue in 1.0.1.
Release Notes: An important bug in Haralick was fixed along with an issue with saving greyscale images with the matplotlib backend. A rgb2sepia function was added.
Release Notes: This release reduces the dependencies needed at runtime. matplotlib is now only needed in certain cases (instead of being imported at the start). Similarly, tests no longer depend on an image IO library. Compared to the previously-released beta versions, there were only a few small changes.
Release Notes: A minor release that adds dense SURF calculation and post-filtering SLIC segmentation as well as several documentation fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds several new functions: haralick_features, circle_se, bernsen (local thresholding). It adds an out parameter to morph functions that were missing it. It uses a direct implementation of binary erosion/dilation in two-dimensional C arrays.
Release Notes: This release adds a color conversion module (mahotas.color) as well as a basic SLIC super-pixels implementation and a few extra label handling functions: relabel and remove_regions. There are bugfixes for distance function and median_filter.
Release Notes: This version adds several new morphological functions: subm, cdilate, and tophat transforms. It adds border handling to functions where it was missing, such as border, euler, and bwperim. It includes a few fixes for older compilers.