Is there a way to learn both the CLASS and the ID for a BLOB clicked on by the USER?

All --

The IMAGE-PRO PLUS SUBROUTINE below will return the ID for the BLOB that is clicked on by the user.

If there is more than one CLASS within the COUNT / SIZE, there can be more than one BLOB with the same ID.

Is there a way to learn both the CLASS and the ID for a BLOB clicked on by the USER?

Thanks.

-- Matt


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Sub zzz()

    'Declare required variables
    Dim MyPoint1 As POINTAPI
    Dim MyDocID1 As Integer
    Dim MyBlobID1 As Long

    Debug.Print Now

    'Ask the user to select an object on the original image
    MyDocID1 = _
        IpDocClick _
            ( _
            "Please CLICK within the INCLUSIONS you want to" & _
            vbCr & vbCr & _
            "ACCEPT" & _
            vbCr & vbCr & _
            "Press CONTINUE to complete this operation!", _
            MyPoint1 _
            )

    Debug.Print "MyDocID1 = " & Str(MyDocID1)

    'Determine which blob the point was within
    MyBlobID1 = IpBlbHitTest (MyPoint1.X, MyPoint1.Y)

    Debug.Print "MyBlobID1 = " & Str(MyBlobID1)

    'Error trap
    If ( Not(MyDocID1 > -1 And MyBlobID1 > -1) ) Then

            'Jump to the end of the subroutine
            GoTo MYENDER

        End If

MYENDER:

End Sub

Best Answer

  • Accepted Answer
    Yuri --

    Thank  you for your prompt response and for the example code.

    I don't think this addresses the issue though.

    If I have an image with 25 objects in RANGE 1 and 25 objects in RANGE 2, then I can have:

    ** 2 objects with ID 1
    ** 2 objects with ID 2
        .
        .
        .
    ** 2 objects with ID 25

    If I use

        IpBlbHitTest

    as shown in SUBROUTINE ZZZ, IPP7 will give me the

        DOC ID
        and
        OBJ ID

    for a clicked on object but I do not know which of the two possible objects with the ID has been clicked.

    The only way I see to do this is to strip out the RANGE 1 objects into IMAGE 1 and strip out the RANGE 2 objects into IMAGE 2 and then perform the

        IpBlbHitTest

    within IMAGES 1 and 2 and find out which IMAGE / RANGE returns the

        DOC ID
        and
        OBJ ID

    If you can think of a more elegant way to do this, it would be much appreciated.

    Thanks.

    -- Matt



Answers

  • Hi Matt,

    There is BLBM_SRANGE measurement that returns object range. You can look at IpBlbGet page of Auto-Pro help that has a sample macro showing how to get range and id of the object.

    Here is the sample macro:

    Sub PrintObjectRanges()
       Dim iRng As Integer
       Dim iNumRng As Integer
       Dim iObj As Integer
       Dim iNumObj As Integer
       Dim NextRng As Integer
       Dim iAllObj As Integer
       Dim i As Integer, j As Integer
    
       'count the number of segmentation ranges
       ret = IpBlbGet(GETNUMRANGES, 0, 0, iNumRng)
       If (ret < 0) Then
          Exit Sub
       End If
    
       'Make sure that the Range measurement is
       'enabled and get rid of hidden objects
       ret = IpBlbEnableMeas(BLBM_AREA, 1)
       ret = IpBlbEnableMeas(BLBM_SRANGE, 1)
       ret = IpBlbMeasure()
       ret = IpBlbUpdate(4)
    
       'create arrays to hold all of the data
       'from all ranges
       ret = IpBlbGet(GETNUMOBJEX, 0,   BLB_ALLOBJECTS, iAllObj)
       ReDim Areas(iAllObj) As Single
       ReDim Ranges(iAllObj) As Single
       NextRng = 0
       'Label the output
       ret = IpOutputShow(1)
       ret = IpOutputClear()
       Debug.Print "Objects by Range"
       Debug.Print "Rng-Obj";
       Debug.Print Chr(9); "Area"; Chr(9);
       Debug.Print "Range"
    
       'Iterate through the ranges
       For iRng = 0 To iNumRng - 1
          IpBlbRange(iRng)
          ret = IpBlbGet(GETNUMOBJEX, 0,          BLB_ACTIVERANGE, iNumObj)
          ReDim tmpAreas(iNumObj) As Single
          ReDim tmpRanges(iNumObj) As Single
          ret = IpBlbData(BLBM_AREA, 0,    iNumObj-1, tmpAreas(0))
          ret = IpBlbData(BLBM_SRANGE, 0,        iNumObj-1, tmpRanges(0))
    
          'iterate through the objects in the
          'current range and build data lists
          'for all objects in the image
          For iObj = 0 To iNumObj - 1
             Debug.Print iObj+1;
             Debug.Print Chr(9); tmpAreas(iObj);
             Debug.Print Chr(9); tmpRanges(iObj)
    
             Areas(NextRng + iObj) =     tmpAreas(iObj)
             Ranges(NextRng + iObj) =   tmpRanges(iObj)
          Next iObj
          NextRng = NextRng + iNumObj
       Next iRng
       'label the output
       Debug.Print ""
       Debug.Print "The entire list of objects"
       Debug.Print "Obj #";
       Debug.Print Chr(9); "Area";
       Debug.Print Chr(9); "Range"
       'iterate through all objects in the image
       For iObj = 0 To iAllObj - 1
          Debug.Print iObj+1;
          Debug.Print Chr(9); Areas(iObj);
          Debug.Print Chr(9); Ranges(iObj)
       Next iObj
    End Sub
    

    Regards,

    Yuri
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