# i want to remove the edges and get a perfect circle like uploaded image figure 2 .

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gfgf99 on 11 Sep 2015
Commented: gfgf99 on 17 Sep 2015
can i convert figure 1 circle in to figure 2 using Matlab .
(figure 1)
(figure 2)
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gfgf99 on 12 Sep 2015
anyone can help to me?
Image Analyst on 12 Sep 2015
At least I was trying, but you never answered my questions in my latest comment. the ball was in your court but you never returned the information so I quit.

Image Analyst on 11 Sep 2015
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Image Analyst on 11 Sep 2015
I'm not sure how this does not solve your problem. Perhaps if you told me what image you started with and what you actually want to measure I could advise you on the proper way. Often/usually edge detection is not the best way to approach image analysis (not sure why 99% of people think it is). Or if you told me what your "further algorithm" does with the perfect circle (x,y) coordinates.
gfgf99 on 17 Sep 2015
thank you sir i tried and fixed it

Image Analyst on 11 Sep 2015
If you want the outer ounding circle instead of a fitted one, see John D'Errico's code http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/34767-a-suite-of-minimal-bounding-objects
gfgf99 on 11 Sep 2015
Thanks for the reply Image Analyst,but this did not answer my question .
Actually figure 1 is a result image of after using edge detected techniques for some object . Then i want to trim the edges like perfect circle as figure 2 shows. Because some places of my edge detected circle(figure 1) like a saw-tooth it will cause to come wrong results at the end of my further algorithm . i thing my question now clearly understand sorry for the incomplete question. Can you please help me..

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