I have stumbled upon a Min and Max tsebashev fit algorithm for a circle. Based on the help file : minmax - the circle is fitted halfway between two circles, with a common centre, which have the minimum distance between them which encloses all the data. This has the effect of minimising the maximum deviation of any data point from the fitted circle. Note that the two circles are not the same as those produced using Maximum inscribed and Minimum

it seems simple enough, however I don’t understand how the two circles being constructed. It says that they are not the same as max inscr. And Min circumscribed. What are they?

At the end of the day, I want to understand where Min and max could be used or should not be used.

it seems simple enough, however I don’t understand how the two circles being constructed. It says that they are not the same as max inscr. And Min circumscribed. What are they?

At the end of the day, I want to understand where Min and max could be used or should not be used.

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