Hello, I am trying to describe the x and y coordinates and radius of a circle in which my polygon, a circle with flat part, is inscribed.Using do wand function I had the selection of my shape and then I opened a for loop to investigate sets of three points not aligned. Then I have used Fit Circle function and then Measure function for x and y centre and the area to calculate the radius. As I need to investigate several sets of three points and make the same process for 2000 images and with this method the code itâ€™s really slow, is there a way to have the centre and the radius after using fit circle function without showing results table and using so measure function?

```
for(z=1;z<=s;z++){
setSlice(z);{
doWand((w/2), (h/2));//auto selection
run("Interpolate", "interval=1");
getSelectionCoordinates(x, y); //having coordinates of the selection
an180=floor(x.length/2);//find second point
an90=floor(an180/2);//find third point
parray=newArray(an90+1);
rarray=newArray(an90+1);
xcarray=newArray(an90+1);
ycarray=newArray(an90+1);
for (i=0;i<=an90;i++){
run ("Select None");
makePoint(x[0+i], y[0+i]);// set three point - One and only circle passes through any three points
setKeyDown("shift");
makePoint(x[an90+i], y[an90+i]);
setKeyDown("shift");
makePoint(x[an180+i], y[an180+i]);
run("Fit Circle");
run("Set Measurements...", "area centroid redirect=None decimal=4");
run("Measure");
parray[i]=getResult("Area", i);// area array
xcarray[i]=round(getResult("X", i));//xc array for all the cirlces
ycarray[i]=round(getResult("Y", i));//yc arrayfor all the cirlces
rarray[i]=round(sqrt(parray[i]/PI));// radius for all the cirlces
}
```