Release Notes: A minor release that adds dense SURF calculation and post-filtering SLIC segmentation as well as several documentation fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds several new functions: haralick_features, circle_se, bernsen (local thresholding). It adds an out parameter to morph functions that were missing it. It uses a direct implementation of binary erosion/dilation in two-dimensional C arrays.
Release Notes: This release adds a color conversion module (mahotas.color) as well as a basic SLIC super-pixels implementation and a few extra label handling functions: relabel and remove_regions. There are bugfixes for distance function and median_filter.
Release Notes: This version adds several new morphological functions: subm, cdilate, and tophat transforms. It adds border handling to functions where it was missing, such as border, euler, and bwperim. It includes a few fixes for older compilers.
Release Notes: This release (with version 0.9.3) fixes several bugs in the interpolation module. Additionally, it has some morphology performance increases and more labeled functions.
Release Notes: This release adds a compilation fix for some versions of Mac OS X, some Windows fixes for freeimage, and speed improvements affecting several functions.
Release Notes: The major improvements are Python 3 support and wavelet transforms. There are a few bugfixes and performance improvements in the morphology modules.
Release Notes: Two important bugfixes to gaussian_filter and erode. Better definition of regmax/regmin (older definitions are available as locmax/locmin). Conditional erosion has been added.
Release Notes: Many small improvements, including greyscale erosion and dilation, output arguments for erode and dilate(), better interfaces to Zernike moments, and faster implementations. If the imread package is available, it now uses it by default for reading images. This also fixes installation of test data.
Release Notes: This release adds guassian_filter and as_rgb functions. It incorporates a few important bugfixes to the convolution and labeled submodules.