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Hierarchical Data Format version 5

Classes

class  cv::hdf::HDF5
 Hierarchical Data Format version 5 interface. More...
 

Functions

Ptr< HDF5cv::hdf::open (const String &HDF5Filename)
 Open or create hdf5 file. More...
 

Detailed Description

Hierarchical Data Format version 5

In order to use it, the hdf5 library has to be installed, which means cmake should find it using find_package(HDF5) .

Function Documentation

◆ open()

Ptr<HDF5> cv::hdf::open ( const String HDF5Filename)

#include <opencv2/hdf/hdf5.hpp>

Open or create hdf5 file.

Parameters
HDF5Filenamespecify the HDF5 filename.

Returns a pointer to the hdf5 object class

Note
If the specified file does not exist, it will be created using default properties. Otherwise, it is opened in read and write mode with default access properties. Any operations except dscreate() functions on object will be thread safe. Multiple datasets can be created inside a single hdf5 file, and can be accessed from the same hdf5 object from multiple instances as long read or write operations are done over non-overlapping regions of dataset. Single hdf5 file also can be opened by multiple instances, reads and writes can be instantiated at the same time as long as non-overlapping regions are involved. Object is released using close().
hdfview_demo.gif
Visualization of 10x10 CV_64FC2 (Hilbert matrix) using HDFView tool
  • Text dump (3x3 Hilbert matrix) of hdf5 dataset using h5dump tool:
    $ h5dump test.h5
    HDF5 "test.h5" {
    GROUP "/" {
    DATASET "hilbert" {
    DATATYPE H5T_ARRAY { [2] H5T_IEEE_F64LE }
    DATASPACE SIMPLE { ( 3, 3 ) / ( 3, 3 ) }
    DATA {
    (0,0): [ 1, -1 ], [ 0.5, -0.5 ], [ 0.333333, -0.333333 ],
    (1,0): [ 0.5, -0.5 ], [ 0.333333, -0.333333 ], [ 0.25, -0.25 ],
    (2,0): [ 0.333333, -0.333333 ], [ 0.25, -0.25 ], [ 0.2, -0.2 ]
    }
    }
    }
    }