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Figure 4

From: A hybrid blob-slice model for accurate and efficient detection of fluorescence labeled nuclei in 3D

Figure 4

Nuclear separation as a predictor of performance. Nuclear separation is calculated as the average distance between the computed boundary of a nucleus and the boundary of its nearest neighbor, based on the bounding circle of the largest slice. This distance is expressed in units of slice spacing, the distance between successive z planes. Averages are displayed; error variability between data sets was typically 1-2 mistakes.

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