get the matrix values under a line

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I have a matrix of data (120x90) that I plot and then I draw a diagonal line by doing something like:
I need to be abe to determine all the matrix values under the line. Any idea about how to perform this efficiently?

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst 2015-10-12
If you have the Image Processing Toolbox, you can get this information from the function improfile().
improfile(I,xi,yi,n) returns pixel intensity values, where n specifies the number of points to include.
c = improfile(___) returns the intensity values in c, an n-by-1 vector, if the input is a grayscale intensity image, or an n-by-1-by-3 array if the input is an RGB image.
[cx,cy,c] = improfile(I,xi,yi,n) additionally returns the spatial coordinates of the pixels, cx and cy, of length n.
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Rahand Dalshad
Rahand Dalshad 2021-5-2
Dear Image Analyst,
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Star Strider
Star Strider 2015-10-11
You would have to define every (x,y) pair along the line, in terms of the row and column values of the matrix coordinates. That will likely be straightforward when you derive an equation for the line.
I am not certain what information you want from the matrix, but you might also consider using the interp2 function if you want to interpolate the values of the matrix.
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Star Strider
Star Strider 2015-10-12
My pleasure.
I tested that code thoroughly so it should be robust. I’ll do my best to help you adapt it if necessary, but I wrote it years ago (and haven’t used it much since), so I’d have to remember what I did.


William Chamberlain
William Chamberlain 2018-10-17
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst 2018-10-17
Using improfile() with the 'nearest' option would also do that, if he wanted to go to the nearest pixel instead of doing subpixel interpolation.


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