intlist = inthist(cellList)
[intlist1,intlist2] = inthist(cellList1,cellList2);
This function plots a histogram of the total intensity inside every
cell in a population. Note, the background has to be subtracted before detecting
the signal in MicrobeTracker.
<cellList> is an array that contains the meshes. You can
drag and drop the file with the data into MATLAB workspace or open it using
MATLAB Import Tool. The default name of the variable is cellList, but
it can be renamed.
<cellList1>, <cellList2> - you can load two arrays, they will
be plotted together for comparison.
<signal1>, <signal2> - the signal field which will be
processed. Must be in single quotes and must start from the word 'signal'. The
default is 'signal1'.
<xarray> - array of x values for the histogram, which serve the
the centers of bins of the histogram (the boundaries will be in between, for
example [1 2 3 4 5] to display all the cells with the intensity less than 1.5
units in the first bin, between 1.5 and 2.5 units in the second, etc.).
<img2int>, <img2int1>, <img2int2> - conversion factors
from image units. Use only if normalization is known.
'overlap' - indicates this if you wish the histograms to overlap, otherwise
they will be displayed separately.
<intlist>, <intlist1>, <intlist2> - arrays containing the
length of every cell to save and plot separately.
<nooutput> blocks standard text output (type of data processed, mean,
and standard deviation; only a figure is displayed).
<nooutput> blocks figure output (only text output is produced).