Depending on your comfort with living on the edge, there may be simpler solution than that; if you want to try the MeasureRadialEntropy module available on our plugins repository, I just pushed a fix that would do what you wanted. Right now it divides the objects into wedges, assigns all the pixels in each wedge into a bin, calculates the mean/median/or total, then calculates the entropy of those measurements- I just added a couple of lines of code that would have it additionally report each bin’s measurement, not just the entropy of all measurements. I haven’t (and likely won’t for some time) had a chance to debug it other than seeing that it runs or verify that what it’s reporting is correct (though we previously calculated the entropy calculations were accurate, so AFAIK they should be right), but if you’re willing to live dangerously (or even better, verify it for us!) , feel free to give it a try.
You’ll need to be using CP 3.0 to do it.
(The display on it is still broken though, so make sure to only try running it with the eye closed!)