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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: The transport-based nuclei morphometry analysis pipeline. Cell nuclei are first identified by pathologists and segmented from region of interest in the whole slide images (a); morphological characteristics for each individual cell nucleus are represented by the obtained linear embedding utilizing the optimal transport problem (b), which are then used to find the discriminative geodesic for classification and visualization of nuclear distribution differences between malignant melanoma and dysplastic nevi (c)

Figure 1: The transport-based nuclei morphometry analysis pipeline. Cell nuclei are first identified by pathologists and segmented from region of interest in the whole slide images (a); morphological characteristics for each individual cell nucleus are represented by the obtained linear embedding utilizing the optimal transport problem (b), which are then used to find the discriminative geodesic for classification and visualization of nuclear distribution differences between malignant melanoma and dysplastic nevi (c)