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Topic: Including an area into a circle
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Re: Including an area into a circle
Posted: Jan 19, 2011 5:50 PM
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> Spulber :
> I didn't understand your rc example. Each number IS in a variable -
> it's in the rc variable.
>
> If you want to know the difference between pixel values, you can use
> imfilter, conv2, or diff.
> If you want to know which pixels are connected to each other
> (neighbors), you can use bwlabel or bwconncomp.
> ImageAnalyst

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Hi, thanks again for your fast reply. I want to draw circles with radius of 3 mm, but on the same time I don't want them be one on top of the other circles.
If I use bwlabel and I get the a big area, I wouldn't know how to draw there the optim number of circles. Plus of that, I want to know the center of the circles, so I can place later an object exactly on that location.



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