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How do I analyze an image of fibers to get fiber data?

To whom it may concern:

I'm relatively new to Mathematica, and a project that I'm working on requires some image processing. I have a .jpg image of "fibers", black rectangles against a white backdrop. I can upload the image from the file, but I don't know how to analyze it. I need to know how many fibers are present, and each fibers length, centroid location, and angle of orientation. Any ideas? I don't have a clue how to start. I've attached a sample image of the "fibers".

POSTED BY: Joshua Hogancamp
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Posted 9 years ago

ImageLines could be starting point.

POSTED BY: Jaebum Jung

Thanks! This is exactly what I was looking for. I knew that there had to be a simple way to do it, but I did not know the command or even how to find the command. Much obliged!

POSTED BY: Joshua Hogancamp
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