How to open .int image Using Matlab?
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mohd akmal masud on 25 Jan 2022
I have generate image from Monte Carlo simulation.
the file extension is .int
Anyone know how to open it using matlab?
file as attached.
DGM on 25 Jan 2022
Edited: DGM on 25 Jan 2022
Well, I don't really know how to open a .int file. As @Benjamin Thompson notes, .int is not a supported image type, but that's not to say that it's not just something common with an uncommon extension.
That said, the attached file is empty. Rather, it's a file full of nothing but 8.2kB of zeros. There's no header, no content, and no apparent structure. As such, I can't really use this for testing potential methods to open it. You might want to check whatever process you used to create the file.
yanqi liu on 26 Jan 2022
fid = fopen('point1.int','rb');
a = fread(fid, 'double');
but it all zeros
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Benjamin Thompson on 25 Jan 2022
Calling imformats on my Windows machine, "INT" is not in the list. Google says that may be an SGI file format? If you are not running MATLAB on a machine supporting INT (call imformats to check) then maybe you can find a converter tool to work with it in a more common format.
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