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Image annotation in QGraphicsView
Girin last edited by aha_1980
How to annotate an image displayed in QGraphicsView?
I should be able to select a region of interest(an rectange) by mouse and then attonate it.![alt text]( image url)
An example is shown above of how the attonation should be.
Pl45m4 last edited by Pl45m4
Can you explain what you mean by "attonation"?
Your image looks like a MRI / MRT-image?!
Do you mean "annotation"?
So basically you want to draw a rectangle around your area?!
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@Pl45m4 Sorry!, yes it is annotation.
I want to select a region in the image, so the i can do some image processing on that particular region.
Pl45m4 last edited by
Have a look at this thread. The OP there asked for something similar.
You could solve it with
QRubberBandor you paint your own rect / rectItem after clicking and while moving your mouse.
Thank You very much. I will look onto it.