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Image features
#importing the required libraries
import numpy as np
from skimage.io import imread, imshow
from skimage.filters import prewitt_h,prewitt_v
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
%matplotlib inline
#reading the image
image = imread('puppy.jpeg',as_gray=True)
#calculating horizontal edges using prewitt kernel
edges_prewitt_horizontal = prewitt_h(image)
#calculating vertical edges using prewitt kernel
edges_prewitt_vertical = prewitt_v(image)
imshow(edges_prewitt_vertical, cmap='gray')
#importing the required libraries
import numpy as np
from skimage.io import imread, imshow
from skimage.filters import prewitt_h,prewitt_v
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
%matplotlib inline
#reading the image
image = imread('puppy.jpeg',as_gray=True)
#calculating horizontal edges using prewitt kernel
edges_prewitt_horizontal = prewitt_h(image)
#calculating vertical edges using prewitt kernel
edges_prewitt_vertical = prewitt_v(image)
imshow(edges_prewitt_vertical, cmap='gray')
image = imread('puppy.jpeg')
feature_matrix = np.zeros((660,450))
feature_matrix.shape
features = np.reshape(feature_matrix, (660*450))
features.shape
for i in range(0,iimage.shape[0]):
for j in range(0,image.shape[1]):
feature_matrix[i][j] = ((int(image[i,j,0]) + int(image[i,j,1]) + int(image[i,j,2]))/3)
image = imread('puppy.jpeg', as_gray=True)
image.shape, imshow(image)
image = imread('puppy.jpeg')
image.shape
#checking image shape
image.shape, image
#pixel features
features = np.reshape(image, (660*450))
features.shape, features
import pandas as pd
import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
%matplotlib inline
from skimage.io import imread, imshow
image = imread('image_8_original.png', as_gray=True)
imshow(image)
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where to save image? whether path should be written in imread function?

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