# disc

From spatstat v1.16-2
by Adrian Baddeley

##### Circular Window

Creates a circular window

##### Usage

`disc(radius=1, centre=c(0,0), ..., mask=FALSE, npoly=128)`

##### Arguments

- radius
- Radius of the circle.
- centre
- Coordinates of the centre of the circle.
- mask
- Logical flag controlling the type of approximation to a perfect circle. See Details.
- npoly
- Number of edges of the polygonal approximation,
if
`mask=FALSE`

. - ...
- Arguments passed to
`as.mask`

determining the pixel resolution, if`mask=TRUE`

.

##### Details

This command creates a window object representing a disc, with the given radius and centre.

By default, the circle is
approximated by a polygon with `npoly`

edges.

If `mask=TRUE`

, then the disc is approximated by a binary pixel
mask. The resolution of the mask is controlled by
the arguments `...`

which are passed to `as.mask`

.

##### Value

- An object of class
`"owin"`

(see`owin.object`

) specifying a window.

##### Note

This function can also be used to generate regular polygons,
by setting `npoly`

to a small integer value. For example
`npoly=5`

generates a pentagon and `npoly=13`

a triskaidecagon.

##### See Also

##### Examples

```
# unit disc
W <- disc()
# disc of radius 3 centred at x=10, y=5
W <- disc(3, c(10,5))
#
plot(disc())
plot(disc(mask=TRUE))
# nice smooth circle
plot(disc(npoly=256))
# how to control the resolution of the mask
plot(disc(mask=TRUE, dimyx=256))
# check accuracy of approximation
area.owin(disc())/pi
area.owin(disc(mask=TRUE))/pi
```

*Documentation reproduced from package spatstat, version 1.16-2, License: GPL (>= 2)*

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