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Free and open-source plant phenotyping

posted on 2023-02-03, 10:23 authored by Harry WrightHarry Wright

Raw data for the paper "Free and open-source software for object detection, size, and colour determination for use in plant phenotyping".

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Location - Data for generating Fig2 comparing colour correction using 4 different locations and lighting.

Lycopene - Data for generating fig3 from the spectrophotometry for determining the lycopene content in tomatoes. - Data for generating figure 4 and figure 5, comparing the use of three different cameras and generating models for predicting lycopene content. - Data for generating figure 6, the validation of the Nikon data. - Data for generating figure 7 and 8, predicting chlorophyll content of leaves from the colour.


Harnessing and integrating disease suppressive microbes and synthetic soils for sustainable, low input horticulture

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