Bug on Heterogeneity

Hi Folks, 

Version 3.3 seems to have a bug when adding a heterogeneity filter on measured data. 
Values become negative (though they can just be between 0 and 1). The filter is applied very easily after the count and works very well in all other previous versions... Please take a look - ... You can also do it manually. Just measure something, then add Het and take a look at the values displayed in Edit Range....

Public Function PostFilter() As SimpleScript
    PostFilter = New SimpleScript

Dim HetLimitL = 0.015
Dim HetLimitR = 1

With Automate.ScriptingCommands.CodeCommand(PostFilter)
If .Run() Then

        With Measure.MeasurementsCommands.Options(PostFilter)
            .SelMeasurements = New MeasCollection()
                .SelMeasurements.Add( New MeasEntry(eMeasures.RgnHeterogeneity))
            .Segmentation.FilterRanges = New System.Collections.Generic.List(Of MeasFilterEntry)
                .Segmentation.FilterRanges.Add( New MeasFilterEntry(eMeasures.RgnHeterogeneity,HetLimitL,HetLimitR))

        End With

        With Measure.MeasurementsCommands.ApplyFilters(PostFilter)
        End With
End If
End with


  • Dan,

    I don't see this problem. If I count Spots.tif (Auto-dark) the Heterogeneity values are in range from 0.17 to 0.41.
    Can you post the test image and the IQO file with segmentation parameters?



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