|Image Processing Toolbox User's Guide|
You can perform automatic contrast adjustment by setting the axes
CLim values to the minimum and maximum pixel values in the image. To do this, click the Autoscaling button in the Adjust Contrast tool. By default, the
CLim minimum and maximum values are set to the full dynamic range of the image.
You can also trim outliers at the top and bottom of the image histogram. By default, the Adjust Contrast tool removes the top 1% and the bottom 1%, but you can specify other percentages. (You can perform this same operation from the command line using the
stretchlim function.) The following figure shows the Auto Scale Window.
Adjust Contrast Tool Auto Scale Window
|Using the Window/Level Tool||Viewing Multiple Images|
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