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Table 4 Results obtained using images 4 times smaller than the original resolution

From: Semi-automated quantitative Drosophila wings measurements

  Dataset = 599 Dataset = 100
  1 degree rotation 5 degree rotation 1 degree rotation 5 degree rotation
Point Within 2 stddev (%) Mean Pixel Dev Within 2 stddev (%) Mean Pixel Dev Within 2 stddev (%) Mean Pixel Dev Within 2 stddev (%) Mean Pixel Dev
b 84.8 5.55±3.53 84.2 5.65±3.84 85.1 5.67±3.91 85.0 5.72±3.74
c 52.7 7.92±5.94 53.0 7.97±6.00 48.9 8.47±6.33 49.0 8.45±6.45
d 25.0 7.03±9.16 27.2 6.99±9.62 24.6 7.97±10.9 26.5 7.77±10.6
e 59.7 5.31±6.19 62.3 5.55±7.23 55.7 6.61±8.76 55.4 6.91±9.54
f 8.33 10.4±14.4 8.17 9.84±13.5 9.89 12.2±16.7 10.1 12.6±16.8
g 36.8 8.65±9.95 37.7 9.23±10.7 33.5 11.7±13.5 32.8 12.0±13.4
i 27.7 6.25±6.73 28.7 6.24±6.93 27.9 6.64±7.49 27.3 6.57±7.33
j 36.3 4.63±5.21 34.0 4.96±6.34 34.2 5.35±6.11 33.1 5.76±7.31
l 22.8 26.7±34.2 23.0 26.3±34.2 17.9 30.5±35.0 17.4 30.6±35.4
m 48.8 16.2±13.7 47.0 16.3±13.4 48.1 16.1±13.8 47.6 16.1±13.6
  1. The results of using different a dataset of size 599 and 100 are shown as well. As shown in the table, using a larger dataset yields a more accurate result. Also note that key points a, h, k are excluded as these key points are annotated by the users and are thus not being predicted