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Topic: Including an area into a circle
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Re: Including an area into a circle
Posted: Dec 19, 2010 8:53 PM
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> Simple. You get a binary image of the gray stuff. Then call bwdist()
> on that. Then threshold at 5 to get a new binary image of places
> where you can draw a circle of radius 5 or larger. Then you can pass
> that into find() or bwlabel and regionprops to get the row,column
> coordinates of those places.


I searched on matlab search for threshold but I could not find something related with what you have said, to threshold at 5. Because I am at the begin with Matlab, I have to read alot before I write few lines of code and I will ask for your help if i will have any other questions. Thanks



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