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How to depict an image in an axes?

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Stelios Fanourakis
Stelios Fanourakis on 17 Jun 2018
Let's assume I have a 4D image called 'im2'.
I want to imshow a new image called 'im3' which is equal:
im3 = permute(im2, [3 1 2 4]);
And I want the z axis to be
slice = floor(size(im2,2)/2)
So I come to
imshow(squeeze(im3(:,:,slice,:)))
What if I want to imshow the same image as above, to an axes using eg subplot but have a different index as z axis (controlled by a slider).
idx = round((get(hObject, 'Value'));
subplot(2,2,1)
imshow(squeeze(im3(:,:,idx,:)))
It works, but not the way I want. I need to keep the slice as the third dimension and at the same time to run it for times idx (which is the slider callbacks).
I have stuck. Any idea?
Please, ask me if you didn't understand my question
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Stelios Fanourakis
Stelios Fanourakis on 18 Jun 2018
Is there a way to transform that 3D volume to 2D slices and have them run on the slider? Possibly, without using Dicomwrite

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