OK, thanks Michael and Ian.

I have integrated the two files in vnl & SVN committed, so it should make it to ITK eventually;

I also adapted the test program to the "testlib" style, but I kept the standalone version (with getopt), to be activated with a compile switch.

-- Peter.

**Från:** "mbowers@cis.jhu.edu" <mbowers@cis.jhu.edu>

**Till:** Ian Scott <scottim@imorphics.com>

**Kopia:** vxl-users@lists.sourceforge.net

**Skickat:** tisdag, 4 oktober 2011 17:38

**Ämne:** Re: [Vxl-users] vnl_vector sort with index

Revisiting this subject - I use vnl mostly through itk, so we get vnl and

vcl, and that's pretty much it. I need an index sort for vnl_vector and

vnl_matrix.

I wrote a class to do this. I've attached it to the message, with a test

program, which builds against itk4, if anyone would be interested in using

it.

Thanks again,

Michael Bowers

Center for Imaging Science

> Thank you Ian, that looks great.

>

>> Try contrib/mul/mbl/mbl_index_sort

>>

>> Ian.

>>

>> On 30/09/2011 17:07, mbowers@cis.jhu.edu wrote:

>>>

>>> In MATLAB, the sort(matrix, dimension) command returns the matrix

>>> (sorted along the dimension specified), and a matrix of the sorted indices.

>>>

>>> Does anything similar exist in vxl for vnl_vector and/or vnl_matrix?

>>>

>>> Thank you,

>>>

>>> Michael Bowers

>>> Center for Imaging Science

>>> Johns Hopkins University

Revisiting this subject - I use vnl mostly through itk, so we get vnl and

vcl, and that's pretty much it. I need an index sort for vnl_vector and

vnl_matrix.

I wrote a class to do this. I've attached it to the message, with a test

program, which builds against itk4, if anyone would be interested in using

it.

Thanks again,

Michael Bowers

Center for Imaging Science

> Thank you Ian, that looks great.

>

>> Try contrib/mul/mbl/mbl_index_sort

>>

>> Ian.

>>

>> On 30/09/2011 17:07, mbowers@cis.jhu.edu wrote:

>>>

>>> In MATLAB, the sort(matrix, dimension) command returns the matrix

>>> (sorted along the dimension specified), and a matrix of the sorted indices.

>>>

>>> Does anything similar exist in vxl for vnl_vector and/or vnl_matrix?

>>>

>>> Thank you,

>>>

>>> Michael Bowers

>>> Center for Imaging Science

>>> Johns Hopkins University