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Re: Converting a magnified image of a line to a single pixel smoothed

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one more approach which may be easier (given the b&w img you posted)

is to use the Statistics package to give you the major and minor axis
of the averages

how it works is it takes the average distances and works out the
middle at every y value and thre result is a line.  from there it
works out the axis.  it works like center of balance problem.



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