How to scan a circle that is drawn over an image object?

Zara Khan (view profile)

on 14 Jul 2018
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on 15 Jul 2018

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A circle is drawn over a binary image object using plot. After this drawn I again want to scan this circle and want to store its circumference coordinates points to an array. How to do that?

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Zara Khan

Zara Khan (view profile)

on 14 Jul 2018
Actually I have taken small theta step size to draw a circle. So I am getting many coincidening points. Thats the reason I have plotted that circle over the binary image and then again want to store it's circumference coordinates to an array. In this way I will get individual coordinates
Walter Roberson

Walter Roberson (view profile)

on 14 Jul 2018
Quantize the coordinates to integers, and take the unique pairs. No drawing required. If you need them in order, you can use boundary() or you can subtract the centroid so that the points circle the centroid, and then convert to polar coordinates, and sort by angle.
Zara Khan

Zara Khan (view profile)

on 14 Jul 2018
I have got my unique points and this is forming a straight line . I am not getting any circle. How to resolve this ?

Image Analyst (view profile)

on 14 Jul 2018

The form or size of the image below doesn't matter. It could be binary (with various irregularly shaped blobs in it), RGB, gray scale, whatever - it just doesn't matter.
Since you already have your (x,y) points of the "circle" (because you plotted them), if they're not already your circumference points (like it's a wiggly circle instead of a perfect circle), then you can fit a circle to what you have to get the "perfect" circle radius and center using the FAQ: https://matlab.wikia.com/wiki/FAQ#How_can_I_fit_a_circle_to_a_set_of_XY_data.3F
Now once you have the perfect circle, you can regenerate the perfect circle coordinates. Call round() on them if you want to quantize them to integer row, column values.

Zara Khan

Zara Khan (view profile)

on 14 Jul 2018
well this is always giving me fixed no of points when considering theta. Actually I dont want this. I want to draw a circle over an binary image objects and want to store all(not fixed no of) its circumference coordinates pixels.
Actually when I am drawing 2 circles with two different radius but with same centers then using theta giving me some fixed no of points whatever the circle circumference is. This is actually I dont want. Circumference length will be different so no of points will differ. Is there any way do this?
Image Analyst

Image Analyst (view profile)

on 14 Jul 2018
The just call poly2mask() with your x,y coordinates, and get an image, then just call bwboundaries() on that image. Done. Simple.
Zara Khan

Zara Khan (view profile)

on 15 Jul 2018
Thank you I am done.