finding x and y coordinates of the image and spline fit

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Natalja on 25 Jun 2013
I have binary image 'sceleton.tif' (black line and white background) How can I find x and y coordinates for pixels to make spline fit of the image?

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Nitin on 26 Jun 2013
Edited: Nitin on 26 Jun 2013
if your boundary is black on the binary image, you can try the following:
[a,b]= find(Im==0);

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Image Analyst on 26 Jun 2013
What do you mean by spline fit? Spline fit of what? The skeleton is continuous so there's nothing to interpolate, unless for some reason you want sub pixel resolution but that wouldn't make sense since the skeletonization was done with pixel resolution.
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Natalja on 26 Jun 2013
You are right I have continuous pixel line and in my case I would like to have homogenous line (no pixel to pixel jumps) I am not sure if reducing pixel size will help.

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Leah on 26 Jun 2013
Edited: Leah on 26 Jun 2013
You have to define the coordinate system then decide which points you want to use for interpolation. Why are you after an equation as opposed to just the (x,y) coordinates?
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Natalja on 26 Jun 2013
Yes, I am after (x,y) coordinates. My goal at the end is to divide the skeleton line with many short perpendicular lines. It is a big challenge for me, cause I have never worked on MatLab before.

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