How to save pixel values from set of images and store them in ASCII format?

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I have set of TIFF images, each corresponding to particular wavelength. For example, first image corresponds to 225.197nm, while the next one corresponds to 225.198nm. This way I have images that corresponds to about 100 different wavelengths. For a particular pixel in each of those images, I would like to extract the pixel values and put them like the attached file in two different columns. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst 2018-1-24
编辑:Image Analyst 2018-1-24
Use the FAQ to create a 3-D image, if there are not too many of them. Let's say you have 50 images, each with a different wavelength, then you'd do
image3d = zeros(rows, columns, numImages);
for k = 1 : numImages
thisImage = imread(...........
image3d(:,:,k) = thisImage;
end
Then scan the image, writing out each spectrum. You should have an array that says what the wavelength is for each image.
[rows, columns, numImages] = size(image3d);
count = 1;
for row = 1 : rows
for col = 1 : columns
thisSpectrum = image3d(row, col, :);
filename = sprintf('Spectrum %d.txt', count);
fileID = fopen(filename, 'wt');
fprintf(fileID, '%f, %f\n', wavelengths, thisSpectrum);
fclose(fileID);
end
end
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Syed Mashruk
Syed Mashruk 2018-1-26
solved it with the following code:
fprintf(fileID, '%f %f\n', [wavenumbers(:), thisSpectrum(:)].');
Many thanks for your help.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson 2018-1-24
Read the files in and store into a 3D array, with the third dimension increasing with wavelength. Once you have everything read in, loop over the pixels, fopen() an appropriate file name, fprintf() the wavelengths and a 3D column extracted from the array.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson 2018-1-24
Do not fopen() the tif files yourself. Use imread(), or use the Tiff class (and make sure you clear the tiff object when you are done with it.)

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