David Gowers wrote:
>> One is finding "islands" in an image
>> Another is integrals: zero, first and second moments, or alternatively,
>> integrals/sums of channel intensity, x- and y-weighted intensity, and
>> x^2, y^2 and xy-weighted intensity.
As you stated, the above two features could be implemented in Scheme but they
would probably be too slow in actual use.
>> Finally, opening and storing data files.
See section 6.6 of the R5RS. Working with external files is handled via the
use of pipes.
>> If there are other packages which can do this, that would be helpful.
A C based plug-in or a Python based script are probably better bets for the
first two items.
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