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An expression to crop an image

In this video short, I create an expression that extracts a small image from a larger one. In other words, it crops the original image to a smaller rectangular region of the image. Then I have it array abstract (now how cool is that?).  You probably haven’t seen an image drawn or manipulated from within an Analytica expression before, so this will probably feel a little different. If this video leaves you wanting to learn more, take a look at drawing images on the Analytica Wiki.

 

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