One method I’ve used in a number of imaging tasks is Color Deconvolution. You can think of color deconvolution as figuring out how much of each of a group of colors contributes to the final color of the pixels in an image.

# Tag Archives: Mathematica

# Mathematica and MATLAB

In some ways there are many similarities between *Mathematica®* and MATLAB®. From the simplest point of view, both are computer mathematics systems. I use both at work and, thus, am a wizard at neither. Let me expose my biases up front though. I like *Mathematica* enough that I have paid actual money to have a copy at home. With that bias in mind, let’s look at some of the differences.

# Literate Programming

Ever since Donald Knuth published “Literate Programming” back in 1984, I’ve been a fan. Telling a computer how to run a program and helping a human understand it are two different but very necessary things.