# how to create 1 in zeros matrix, in order to convert oblique line, which's plotted in x and y coordinates

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Osama Tabbakh on 4 Mar 2019
I have a line, which's rotated in random angle, but I want this line in an image (0-1) that's why I scaled the points (Leiter) in x and y coordinates in this way:
Line =
0.0418 0.0599 0
0.0417 0.0578 0
0.0415 0.0557 0
0.0413 0.0536 0
0.0411 0.0515 0
0.0409 0.0494 0
0.0407 0.0473 0
0.0405 0.0452 0
0.0403 0.0431 0
0.0401 0.0410 0
0.0399 0.0390 0
0.0397 0.0369 0
0.0395 0.0348 0
0.0393 0.0327 0
0.0391 0.0306 0
0.0389 0.0285 0
0.0387 0.0264 0
0.0385 0.0243 0
0.0383 0.0222 0
0.0382 0.0201 0
x_image = round(((((Line(:,1)*100)-1)*(100-1)/(7-1))+1));
y_image = round(((((Line(:,2)*100)-1)*(100-1)/(7-1))+1));
im = zeros(100);
for i = 1:20
im((y_image(i,1)),(x_image(i,1)))=1;
end
but I don't have a line not anymore, but points
could someone help me?

Vijaya Lakshmi Chagi on 13 Mar 2019
Hi Osama,
You can try using the interp1 fucntion rather than rounding off the values. This fucntion interpolates the points based on the query points(sampling over the range of x)

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