could you elaborate?
Do you want to sort those points by angle?
Do you want to move those points on to a circle?
What developmenet language (python etc)
Given those points, you may as well create new points that are on a circle if that indeed represents your attempt to create points on a circle.
Since you marked it answered already...
def _circle(radius=100, clockwise=True, theta=1, rot=0.0, scale=1, xc=0.0, yc=0.0):
"""Produce a circle/ellipse depending on parameters.
: see https://github.com/Dan-Patterson/numpy_samples/tree/master/geometry/scripts
angles = np.deg2rad(np.arange(180.0, -180.0-theta, step=-theta))
angles = np.deg2rad(np.arange(-180.0, 180.0+theta, step=theta))
x_s = radius*np.cos(angles) # X values
y_s = radius*np.sin(angles) * scale # Y values
pnts = np.c_[x_s, y_s]
if rot != 0:
rot_mat = rot_matrix(angle=rot)
pnts = (np.dot(rot_mat, pnts.T)).T
pnts = pnts + [xc, yc]
which can be used to generate points at a desired angular spacing, radius and center... for example
... c = _circle(radius=100, theta=15, xc=0, yc=0)
[ 0.000, 100.000],
[ 25.882, 96.593],
[ 50.000, 86.603],
[ 70.711, 70.711],
[ 86.603, 50.000],
[ 96.593, 25.882],
[ 100.000, 0.000],
[ 96.593, -25.882],
[ 86.603, -50.000],
[ 70.711, -70.711],
[ 50.000, -86.603],
[ 25.882, -96.593],
[ 0.000, -100.000],
see the github link for more information
it is python... it is used as a function to generate the point coordinates as per your requirements. The code generates one condition (ie circle center, radius and angular spacing of the values on the circle)
You would implement within a loop or similar collection structure to get all of them.
It is the foundation for the answer... I suspect you are looking for an already packaged solution. You would be advised to specify what development environment you are using, what language you program in and where the results are going to go
It might be useful to move this thread to the developer environment you are working in since the 'Developer' place is far too general
Hopefully this is for use within arcmap and not some other arc* software incarnation.