Welcome to Morph-M Interface Documentation

Introduction, or "how to well use this Portal"

This portal describes the use of each Morph-M interface. For a general description of Morph-M, you can visit its web page.
Currently, this portal provides different kinds of tools:

  • CMM : discussions et partage : A forum has been created in order to organize internal seminars and informal presentations (called "Goûter du lundi"). You can find a list of past and future meetings, programs, and suggest yours.
  • Morph-M's Addons Documentation : Morph-M also provides a lot of useful addons. You can find a list and a description of theses addons. Besides, if you want to build your own module, you can get an introduction there too.

If you are implicated on a specific project, you can find it here.

Python Interface


Python interface is currently the uppermost layer of Morph-M. The aim of this layer is to provide a convenient environment for developers to prototype algorithms and for users to bind common algorithms together. This layer can be used in two ways:
  • to bind together Morph-M functions made available through the interface layer. The overhead in this case is usually negligible compared to the cost of the actual image processing.
  • to write new algorithms in Python. Most of the Morph-M C++ tools have been replicated in Python (iterators, neighborhoods, etc). Despite the fact that conversions are quite costly and all the functionality is not present, it is quite possible to develop non speed-critical algorithms that directly manipulate pixels in Python.

Getting Started



  • Operator
    • Basic: Learn to construct operators that work on images and extend the possibilities of Morph-M
    • Neighborhood:
  • Watershed and segmentation
  • Labelling
  • Graphs

General Use


Tips an Trick

Matlab Interface

Labview Interface

  • How to use Morph-M with Labview ? (work in progress...)

Learn more...

Updated by Serge Koudoro over 12 years ago · 79 revisions