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<p>This is a data repository for the raw and processed images used for a 3D Digital Tissue Atlas of <em><a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabidopsis" rel="nofollow">Arabidopsis thaliana</a></em>.</p> <p>The component subpages contain the data associated with each tissue.</p> <p>The software MorphoGraphX was used to perform image analyses, and can be downloaded at the following URL : <a href="http://www.MorphoGraphX.org" rel="nofollow">www.MorphoGraphX.org</a>.</p> <p>Files provided and their formats are as follows:</p> <p>Original confocal stack: .TIFF </p> <p>Cellular segmentation: .TIFF </p> <p>Tissue Mesh: .MGXM (MorphoGraphX format)</p> <p>Tissue Mesh: .OBJ (Wavefront format)</p> <p>Cellular connectivity network: .TXT (edge list using cell identity labels as nodes)</p> <p>Cell annotation: .TXT (provided as integers and explained in the README file)</p> <p>Cell annotations are described in the README file together with the region used for topological analyses and mis-segmented cells.</p> <p>Cell identity annotation: .CSV (corresponding cell labels are retained in the MorphoGraphX mesh file format and TIFF segmented stack)</p> <p>If you wish to visualize or modify meshes, you can import the .OBJ format into other software including MeshLab (<a href="http://www.meshlab.net/" rel="nofollow">http://www.meshlab.net/</a>).</p> <p>If you have any questions or requests please contact George Bassel: gbassel@gmail.com, <a href="http://www.georgebassellab.com/" rel="nofollow">http://www.georgebassellab.com/</a>.</p>
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