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Image Processing on Pythonista
MrObedientDog last edited by
I intend to purchase pythonista 3 on my 12.9 inch iPad Pro only if I’m able to import images and process them (fft, fft2).
Could someone please confirm this for me?
Also can anyone let me know if I can
%pip install scikit-image
Thanks a lot!
mikael last edited by
@MrObedientDog, scikit-image is:
Pythonista supports only pure Python libraries, so no, at least on that count.
cvp last edited by cvp
@MrObedientDog Pythonista supports PIL, see scikit-image vs pillow
JonB last edited by
works without modification.
pythonista includes a version of 1.8.0 of numpy and 1.4.0 of matplotlib. Those versions cannot be updated.
It does not include scikit, pandas, and those cannot be installed.
With some effort (no support except for this forum) you also have access to whatever iOS frameworks exist --CoreImage, MetalKit, AvFiundation, Quartz, OpenGL, though obviously anything you write using this will not be portable, except to Macs.
scikit-image functions in some cases could be ported over withiut much hassle. others require scikit.ndimage, which is written in c. Though it might not be terribly difficult to port the key pieces to pure python + numpy.
Folks with very specific module and version needs sometimes prefer the pyto app. That does I believe have scikit, plus you can submit pull requests for anything you need, or you can compile it yourself and sideload. A general problem with iOS is that you cannot install unsigned c modules, nor can you compile on device, Yet (not sure if the mac m1 has same limitations?)..