[SciPy-User] Points with given distance to a polygon
Mon Jul 26 13:11:44 CDT 2010
Thøger Emil Juul Thorsen <thoeger <at> fys.ku.dk> writes:
> I am working on a project where I am defining some regions of interest.
> I have a 2200x2200 px 2D Array in which my ROI is defined by a polygon.
> However, my data are smoothed by a gaussian kernel of width 300px, and I
> would like to draw some lines indicating this inner 150px distance to
> the borders of the ROI. I cannot come up with any way to do this, does
> anyone have an idea?
> Best regards;
Assuming you are looking for shrinking the polygon and your polygons
remains simple (nonselfintersecting) after shrinkage, I'll suggest
following rough procedure (in pseudo python).
def translate(segment, dist):
normal= calculate inward normal of line segment
normal= normal/ norm(normal)
return segment+ dist* mormal
def shrink_polygon(polygon, dist):
shrinked= translate(polygon(first segment), dist)
for segment in second to last- 1 segment of polygon:
x= intersect(shrinked, translate(segment, dist))
shrinked.append(end point of segment)
x= intersect(shrinked, translate(polygon(last segment), dist))
Does this fulfill your requirements? If so, I can work out more details if
My 2 cents,
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