How to crop white space around image(Magick) in R?

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How to crop white space around image(Magick) in R?
Aug 20 in Data Analytics by sreenivas
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@sreenivas,

Use image_trim to crop the extra part of the image.

> img =image_read("C:\\Users\\hema\\Desktop\\ml.png")
> image_trim(img)
answered Oct 28 by Cherukuri
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