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I would trim the photo first, then extract contours with interpolation etc. Anyways there are multiple ways you can do it even by just thresh and find a column where a pixel is not white for each pixel in a row and then map this for real values. It's simple you can do it.

I would trim the photo first, then extract contours with interpolation etc. Anyways there are multiple ways you can do it even by just thresh and find a column where a pixel is not white for each pixel in a row and then map this for real values. It's simple you can do it.it. I found a better solution. Find circles and then you will have exact values of that fixed points.

@Yiftush can you give me a point?

I would trim the photo first, then extract contours with interpolation etc. Anyways there are multiple ways you can do it even by just thresh and find a column where a pixel is not white for each pixel in a row and then map this for real values. It's simple you can do it. I found a better solution. Find circles and then you will have exact values of that fixed points.

@Yiftush can you give me a point?

I would trim the photo first, then extract contours with interpolation etc. Anyways there are multiple ways you can do it even by just thresh and find a column where a pixel is not white for each pixel in a row and then map this for real values. It's simple you can do it. I found a better solution.
Find circles and then you will have exact values of that fixed points.

@Yiftush can you give me a point?

I would trim the photo first, then extract contours with interpolation etc. Anyways there are multiple ways you can do it even by just thresh and find a column where a pixel is not white for each pixel in a row and then map this for real values. It's simple you can do it. I found a better solution.
Find circles and then you will have exact values of that fixed points.

@Yiftush can you give me a point?

I would trim the photo first, then extract contours with interpolation etc. Anyways there are multiple ways you can do it even by just thresh and find a column where a pixel is not white for each pixel in a row and then map this for real values. It's simple you can do it. it.

I found a better solution.
Find circles and then you will have exact values of that fixed points.

@Yiftush can you give me a point?