Pixcavator has been extensively used for counting features in images. This is not surprising. After all, counting is what topology does on the most basic level and topology is what lies at the center of Pixcavator's algorithm. Of course, one wants to count only objects with desirable geometric characteristics. So, you have to do measuring in addition to counting, see Measuring objects.
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Below you'll find a few examples of image analysis with Pixcavator that require counting.
Pages in category "Counting"
The following 37 pages are in this category, out of 37 total.
- Cell counting
- Cellular structures
- Character recognition
- Colorant dispersion
- Corneal endothelial cells of the human eye
- Corneas of rats
- Counting and measuring lots
- Counting chocolates in a box
- Counting cones in a mouse's retina
- Counting fixed and live red blood cells
- Counting sealed brood in bee frames
- Counting stained DNA