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    keshav234156
    @keshav234156
    Yeah it work really nice
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c9a8c8ed73408ce4fbbe851
    What's the brightness step for?
    Jeffrey Warren
    @jywarren
    getting rid of background, not sure it's needed but makes it more readable
    could also add a contrast step
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c9a8c8ed73408ce4fbbe851
    Try blurring it perhaps...
    or filtering...
    If it does the same.
    Just updated the beta!
    It took a few minutes to download puppeteer. Wow.
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c9a8c8ed73408ce4fbbe851
    ^ Very important
    Shazeb Ata
    @ataata107
    https://github.com/tehnokv/picojs Can we use something like this instead of opencv for face detection particularly?
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c9a8c8ed73408ce4fbbe851
    If it is well maintained and fast then I guess yes....
    Shazeb Ata
    @ataata107
    Ok
    Shazeb Ata
    @ataata107
    Will image sequencer be a part of this years GSoC. I had some cool ideas related to this repository that could be implemented.
    VAIBHAV MATTA
    @vaibhavmatta
    Hello All...!
    I was bit busy with some other stuff. Now back to contribution :)
    @HarshKhandeparkar I hope you are doing good. Please update me with all the things I missed during these inactive days.
    And Welcome to all the new contributors.! I'm Reviewer for Image Sequencer , feel free to mention me anywhere you feel stuck. It would be my pleasure to help you all out.! :)
    Thanks
    @ataata107 I think Python is more reliable for functions like Face Detection. Please do some research and tell if you find Javascript more stable. Thanks : 😊
    Barun Acharya
    @daemon1024
    Hi, I wanted to discuss about publiclab/image-sequencer#1505 , I made a PR publiclab/image-sequencer#1603. I have some problems with it. I can't seem to understand how to process the input into the compression function which uses this module https://www.npmjs.com/package/compress-images
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c9a8c8ed73408ce4fbbe851
    Welcome back! @vaibhavmatta
    Jeffrey Warren
    @jywarren
    Hi @vaibhavmatta !!
    VAIBHAV MATTA
    @vaibhavmatta
    Hey, Thanks @jywarren & @harshkhandeparkar
    Harsh, I just saw your DM, thanks for the Update ❤️😇
    VAIBHAV MATTA
    @vaibhavmatta
    @jywarren Please check your DM once you get time. Thanks 😊
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c9a8c8ed73408ce4fbbe851
    ImageSequencer beta site updated! https://beta.sequencer.publiclab.org
    Jeffrey Warren
    @jywarren
    thanks all!
    Jeffrey Warren
    @jywarren
    hi foks i am just catching up a bit. If there are some PRs you'd like me to review/merge (that have a review already) please ping me here! Thanks!
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c9a8c8ed73408ce4fbbe851
    Guys we are going to fix a lot of bugs this month! publiclab/image-sequencer#1624
    Rishabh Shukla
    @blurry-x-face
    Yaay! :tada: lets fix as many as possible :)
    Jeffrey Warren
    @jywarren
    :tada:
    Rishabh Shukla
    @blurry-x-face
    @jywarren could you integrate this chatroom with the IS repo so that the activities there are also visible in chatroom in the right-side-tab I don't have sufficient permissions :)
    Shazeb Ata
    @ataata107
    Can someone review #1571 as it will solve bugs related to gif processing by some modules.
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c9a8c8ed73408ce4fbbe851
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c9a8c8ed73408ce4fbbe851
    @jywarren When merging PRs in IS, it should be squash and merge each time, right?
    I have started merging tiny old PRs such as the ones changing the readme.
    Jeffrey Warren
    @jywarren
    @HarshKhandeparkar sorry for slow reply, yes i squash and merge to reduce commits and make it more readable. thank you!
    James McManus
    @jmpmcmanus
    I'm trying to understand how the colormap lookup tables work. I understand the gradients, but don't understand how they are mapped to values in an image. On the left side of the table are what appears to be index values ranging between 0 and 1. In the case of the grey scale there are two, with values of 0 and 1. In other tables there are many other values which are fractions ranging between 0 and 1. How do these relate to bands (channels) in an image?
    James McManus
    @jmpmcmanus
    I understand now. They are NDVI values!
    Jeffrey Warren
    @jywarren
    indeed! yes, there's some oddness with the # of abstractions... like, should the inputs to a gradient be direct values, or mapped to a value from 0-1, or what. It depends on the application.
    oddness, maybe more like ambiguity or possible redundancy
    James McManus
    @jmpmcmanus
    ndvi values can range between -1 and 1 with negative values being non vegetation, usually water and ice. In these colormap are all negative values are represented by 0? Is there any reason why a colomap with negative indices could not be created?
    Jeffrey Warren
    @jywarren
    I believe what happened is that data passed between modules in IS is converted to PNG/JPEG image data and so cannot have a negative pixel value, rather it's stored as a 0-255 value.
    so our maps assume that
    however, in labeling, we can tell a different story
    the colormaps themselves can def. have negative values, it's just that the need to be shifted into 0-255 for passing between modules.
    that's kind of the "rule" of modules
    hope that helps!
    James McManus
    @jmpmcmanus
    Thanks! Is there a way we could add tables for other types of data?