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I don't know the distribution but the picture reminds me of the recent universe map that used logarithmic distances.

Also it looks like a sphere so that maybe you could assume equally spaced dots on a sphere projected onto a plane that slices the sphere in half.

Lastly, you might be able to construct the distribution using the value of a sin() function as the percentage of dots in a given ring around the center.

or something like that -- your call.

Also it looks like a sphere so that maybe you could assume equally spaced dots on a sphere projected onto a plane that slices the sphere in half.

Lastly, you might be able to construct the distribution using the value of a sin() function as the percentage of dots in a given ring around the center.

R = radius of your circle

r = radius of a ring

r/R = ranges from 0 to 1

##\frac{\pi}{2} \times \frac{r}{R}## = ranges from 0 to ##\pi/2##

percentage of dots in a ring = ##sin(\frac{\pi r}{2 R})##

or something like that -- your call.

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