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  • Benchmarking digital displays (monitors) for histological diagnoses: the Nephropathology use case
    Granular data from the assessment of non-inferiority of different monitors/scanners combination for the evaluation of whole slide images (WSI) for the primary diagnosis of renal diseases on histology following the College of American Pathologists (CAP) guidelines.
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  • Improving the annotation process in computational pathology: from manual to semi-automatic approaches in digital nephropathology
    The development of reliable artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms in pathology depends on solid ground truth provided by meticulous annotation of whole slide images (WSI), a time-consuming and operator-dependent process. A benchmark of the available annotation tools is performed to standardize and streamline this process.
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  • A customizable digital holographic microscope
    We propose a low-cost, compact, and portable holographic microscope designed for the characterization of micrometric particles suspended in a liquid. This system is built around a commercial optical microscope by substituting its illumination source (a light-emitting diode) with a collimated laser beam. Similarly, a quartz flow cell replaces the microscope glass slide using 3D-printed custom mounting. With the hardware presented in this paper, the holographic imaging of the electromagnetic fields emitted by the objects that intercept the laser beam achieves a resolution close to that achieved with optical microscopes, but with a much larger depth of field. Once a hologram is recorded, a variety of morphological and optical features, including particle projected section, aspect ratio, and extinction cross-section can be extracted. Additionally, we introduce a remote system control that enables users to process the acquired holograms to a remote computational device. This work encompasses a comprehensive description of the methodology of the image processing in holographic microscopy, and a series of validation measurements conducted using calibrated particles. This technique is suitable for the characterization of airborne particles found in snow, firn and ice; here we report experimental results obtained from Alpine ice cores. We include the 3d printer design files, the Holography tutorial in jupyter, and the files to control remotely the camera, the Pycamera project in python
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  • Combined characterization of a plasma jet: FTIR, chemical surveys and antibacterial effect
    Dataset related to the paper "Combined characterization of a plasma jet: FTIR, chemical surveys and antibacterial effect", submitted for publication on J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys.
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  • ISTADFuels - Italian SpatioTemporal Augmented Dataset on Fuels
    We present a dataset for fuel sales analysis at the Italian provincial (NUTS3) level from January 2015 to October 2023 (release V3, January 2024). Fuel sales data are collected at monthly frequency, and are organized by fuel type, usage, and point of sale (highway, municipal road, extra-network road). Fuels data are augmented by a set of socio-economic and geographical variables, which help explain the impact of economic phenomena and topography on fuel sales. The data is collected from the Monthly oil Bullettin of Italian Ministry of Environment and Energy Security (MITE), ISTAT (Istituto Nazionale di Statistica), Bank of Italy and Eurostat, and has been collected through both automated web scraping and manual downloads, then cleaned and reshaped to be suitable for analysis. The produced dataset may be useful for spatiotemporal fuel sales forecasting, air quality analysis, urban mobility, econometric research, as well as machine learning applications. To further assist the user in finding valuable insight, an R Shiny app (freely available at the webpage https://ale-ch.shinyapps.io/it-fuel-dashboard/) was developed for data exploration. App code and the data have been made fully available on the following Github repository (https://github.com/ale-ch/it-fuel-dashboard). The app consists of interactive plots that allow the user to visualize every variable in the dataset at different time ranges and locations, allowing full flexibility in data exploration.
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  • Replication Files of "International Migration and Illegal Costs: Evidence from Africa-to-Europe Smuggling Routes"
    These files replicate the results obtained from publicly available souces in the paper "International Migration and Illegal Costs: Evidence from Africa-to-Europe Smuggling Routes", published in the Journal of International Economics. Please refer to the published paper for the research question and the nature of the data and to the Readme.pdf file for the instructions.
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  • Low-temperature Thermochronology data from Patagonia
    This is an apatite and zircon (U-Th)/He dataset from the Fitz Roy and Torres del Paine regions in Southern Patagonia. The AHe data were analysed in the University of Arizona and University of Berkeley, USA and the ZHe data were analysed in the GEOPS Laboratory in the Paris-Saclay University, France. This data support the study “Geodynamic and climatic forcing on late-Cenozoic exhumation of the Southern Patagonian Andes (Fitz Roy and Torres del Paine massifs)” by Muller, V.A.P. et al., 2023 (DOI: 10.22541/essoar.168332179.93378898/v1).
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  • IN2SIGHT_DES_UNIMIB_In vivo label-free tissue histology on chicken embryo
    This is the collection of two datasets containing the data used for the publication “In vivo label-free tissue histology through a microstructured imaging window. ,” by Conci, L. Sironi, E. Jacchetti, D. Panzeri, D. Inverso, R. Martinez-Vazquez, R. Osellame, M. Collini, G. Cerullo, G. Chirico, and M.T. Raimondi, APL Bioeng. accepted november 2023. The detailed description of the contents can be found in the file "Dataset_chickenEmbyo.docx", readable with Word or equivalent. In brief, the dataset contains 6 folders, each with a set of data taken either on histological sections, stained with H&E, or in vivo in chicken Embryos with fluorescence optical microscopy, either confocal or two-photon excitation.
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  • IN2SIGHT_DES_UNIMIB_In vivo label-free tissue histology on chicken embryo_part1
    This is the first part of the dataset contains the data used for the publication Conci, L. Sironi, E. Jacchetti, D. Panzeri, D. Inverso, R. Martinez-Vazquez, R. Osellame, M. Collini, G. Cerullo, G. Chirico, and M.T. Raimondi, “In vivo label-free tissue histology through a microstructured imaging window. ,” APL Bioeng. accepted november 2023. The detailed description of the contents can be found in the file "Dataset_chickenEmbyo.docx", readable with Word or equivalent. In brief, the dataset contains 6 folders, each with a set of data taken either on histological sections, stained with H&E, or in vivo in chicken Embryos with fluorescence optical microscopy, either confocal or two-photon excitation. The first two folders can be found here. The remaining 4 folders are in the second part of the dataset.
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  • IN2SIGHT_DES_UNIMIB_In vivo label-free tissue histology on chicken embryo_part2
    This is the second part of the dataset contains the data used for the publication Conci, L. Sironi, E. Jacchetti, D. Panzeri, D. Inverso, R. Martinez-Vazquez, R. Osellame, M. Collini, G. Cerullo, G. Chirico, and M.T. Raimondi, “In vivo label-free tissue histology through a microstructured imaging window. ,” APL Bioeng. accepted november 2023. The detailed description of the contents can be found in the file "Dataset_chickenEmbyo.docx", readable with Word or equivalent. In brief, the whole dataset contains 6 folders, each with a set of data taken either on histological sections, stained with H&E, or in vivo in chicken Embryos with fluorescence optical microscopy, either confocal or two-photon excitation. Two folders are in the part 1 of this data set. The remaining 4 folders can be found here.
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