What are (r min) & (r max) in "imfindcircles"?

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Shahin Safazadeh
Shahin Safazadeh on 23 Mar 2018
Commented: Shahin Safazadeh on 13 Apr 2018
To count some cells in an image, I set the radii range [20 80] in "imfindcircles" and around 70 circles were found with the largest radius < 60. After changing the radii range to [20 2000], more than 120 circle were found with the largest radius < 80! I don't understand if the largest radius is <80, why is it not found by setting the first range [20 80]?
Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 2 Apr 2018
You forgot to attach 'D:\KUL\CV\assignment\assignment_2\circles_on_original_img.png' and 'D:\KUL\CV\assignment\assignment_2\normal.jpg'.
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Answers (2)

Abhishek Ballaney
Abhishek Ballaney on 2 Apr 2018
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Shahin Safazadeh
Shahin Safazadeh on 2 Apr 2018
Would you please let me know what you are going to say by that link? I had already used this syntax!

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Suraj Mankulangara
Suraj Mankulangara on 13 Apr 2018
Hello Shahin,
I suspect that this is an accuracy issue. The recommendation from MathWorks is that for best results, the conditions rmax < 3*rmin and (rmax-rmin) < 100 should hold:
It could very well be that "imfindcircles" fails since these conditions are not met when the radius range is specified as [20, 2000]
- Suraj Mankulangara
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Shahin Safazadeh
Shahin Safazadeh on 13 Apr 2018
Hi Suraj,
Seeing the warning in MATLAB, I already realized that I should respect those 2 conditions. Although, MATLAB can't find all the circles within the interval, when I set the interval, [20 80]! On the other hand, increasing the interval takes too long to get the result. So, I believe, this syntax is not that useful for counting cells.

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