How can I control the dots (and gaps) on a stroke in Illustrator?

I'm trying to recreate the attached image, and I'm hitting a wall that seems like a no brainer, but I just can't figure it out!

I need to have a dotted line with a set number of dots (29 to be exact) that vary in size (largest to smallest) and that spaces out evenly. I know how to control the number, I know that I can use the width tool, or a width profile to control the sizes, but every time I do all the correct steps, I can't get them to space out, the dots just kind of stack up on each other.

Help? Thoughts?

How can I control the dots (and gaps) on a stroke in Illustrator?

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Category: adobe illustrator Time: 2016-07-28 Views: 1

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