Display Point

The Display Point module provides a way to illustrate the location of certain points. Using a variety of ways the Display Point module can draw a symbol at a certain location.



1. Data Source - Select the appropriate variable that contains the coordinates of the point that you want to display. You can also specify the coordinates by typing them into the provided X and Y text boxes.

2. Appearance - Select the color, shape, and size of the symbol to draw at the specified location.

3. Display as Annotation - Select if you want the graphic to be draw after all processing has been completed. If this is NOT selected then the next module in the processing pipeline will see the graphic as if it were part of the image and process it accordingly.

4. Clear current image - Select to clear the current image and draw the graphics on a black image.

5. Data Source - Select where the point coordinates should be taken from.

Static - specify the integer coordinates for the point
Variable - specify the 2 variables that contain the x and y coordinates of the point
List - specify the variable that contains a list of coordinates that specify points. The format of the variable should be repeating x,y for each point to be drawn.

6. Shape, Color, Size - Specify the shape, color and size of the graphic that is used to indicate the point location.


SourceDisplay Point (Blob COG labeling)

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