Sorry, I’ve searched the help from top to bottom, but I can’t find it.
I have a simple 2-D Matrix and I’d like to shift all the values one column to the right (in order to jit.poke~ always in the first column).
jit.resamp has that funcionality, but it only seems to work with a 4-plane-matrix.
please help me quickly!
You can write data to different parts of a matrix by using usedstdim 1. I suppose it would be easiest to set the usedstdim to 1, the dstdimstart to "1 0" and the dstdimend to "width+1 height". Then when you’re inputting the matrix into it it will write to the correct location without you having to copy the matrix.
Reading parts from a matrix can be done by outputting it and using [jit.submatrix] to reference to an area. Takes a little bit of getting used to, but very handy.
take a look at jit.convolve. It does this very well.
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