A Bacteria Segmentation/Tracking Tool based on Machine Learning

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  1. Courtney C. Cameron

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Description: Dataset and tools for the segmentation and tracking of growing bacterial cell populations

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A Bacteria Segmentation/Tracking Tool based on Machine Learning Heather Deter1, Marta Dies2, Courtney C. Cameron1, Nicholas C. Butzin1, and Javier Buceta2,3 1Biology and Microbiology Department, South Dakota State University, SDS 225E, Box 2104A, Brookings, SD 57007, USA 2Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department, Lehigh University, Iacocca Hall, 111 Research Dr., Bethlehem, PA 18015, USA 3...

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  • Complete Dataset

    Complete dataset of microscopy images (phase contrast + fluorescence)

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    Sub dataset obtained from the complete dataset of microscopy images

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    Supplementary videos showing the result of a segmentation/tracking process This channel also provides demo videos to further explain the usage of thes...

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    Python and FiJi scripts V1.0 (the linked GitHub repository contains the latest available version of these scripts); Supplementary Software

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