White Matter Microscopy Database

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Description: The purpose of this repository is to provide a freely-accessible and curated microscopy data of white matter axons from the central and peripheral nervous system. This repository can be used for: - Training/Testing automatic methods for segmenting white matter microstructure - Documenting white matter microstructure across various species - Validating quantitative MRI methods (e.g., diffusion, magnetization transfer, etc.). For more information about this project, please see this presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Ww8YaanjQ1tWNyL4AswHtgqDtkkCSVV8TnXkYqkRM5A/edit?usp=sharing For more information about data organization please visit our wiki page: https://osf.io/yp4qg/wiki/home/ CITATION: For general citation, please refer to the box "Citation" on this page. If you use specific datasets, please also mention the authors of the dataset that you will find in the json file. HOW TO UPLOAD DATA: If you would like to add images to this project, please email Julien Cohen-Adad (jcohen@polymtl.ca)

License: MIT License

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MICROSCOPY Microscopy data can come from several modalities, including optical microscopy (OM), transmit electron microscopy (TEM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), coherent Anti-Stoke Raman Spectroscopy (CARS). A tagging convention exists for easy search. DATA ORGANIZATION center |-project |-histology |-description_histology.json |-mri |-description_mri.js...

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