ISBI Challenge: Segmentation of neuronal structures in EM stacks
Albert Cardon and Stephan Saalfeld and Stephan Preibisch and Benjamin Schmid and Anchi Cheng and Jim Pulokas and Pavel Tomancak and Volker Hartenstein

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test-volume.tif 7.87MB
train-labels.tif 7.87MB
train-volume.tif 7.87MB
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title= {ISBI Challenge: Segmentation of neuronal structures in EM stacks},
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author= {Albert Cardon and Stephan Saalfeld and Stephan Preibisch and Benjamin Schmid and Anchi Cheng and Jim Pulokas and Pavel Tomancak and Volker Hartenstein},
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abstract= {|File Name|Description|
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|train-volume.tif (7.5 MB)	|Original training image, 8-bit grayscale, 512x512x30 pixels|
|train-labels.tif (7.5 MB)|	Training image labels (0 - membranes, 255 - non-membranes), 8-bit grayscale, 512x512x30 pixels|
|test-volume.tif (7.5 MB)	|Test image, 8-bit grayscale, 512x512x30 pixels|

The training and test datasets are two stacks of 30 sections from a serial section Transmission Electron Microscopy (ssTEM) data set of the Drosophila first instar larva ventral nerve cord (VNC). The microcube measures 2 x 2 x 1.5 microns approx., with a resolution of 4x4x50 nm/pixel.},
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You are free to use this data set for the purpose of generating or testing non-commercial image segmentation software. If any scientific publications derive from the usage of this data set, you must cite TrakEM2 and the following publication:

Cardona A, Saalfeld S, Preibisch S, Schmid B, Cheng A, Pulokas J, Tomancak P, Hartenstein V. 2010. An Integrated Micro- and Macroarchitectural Analysis of the Drosophila Brain by Computer-Assisted Serial Section Electron Microscopy. PLoS Biol 8(10): e1000502. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1000502.}
}


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