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Title: Computed tomography voxel dataset for ummz:herps:246849-THAMNODYNASTES PALLIDUS-Skull Open Access Deposited

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
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  • This dataset was created at the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology using a procedure involving computed tomography (CT) hardware. After retrieving the specimen from the museum's archives, staff secured the specimen in the Nikon XT H 225 ST and initiated the scanning process, which included capturing projections by rotating the specimen. The device's associated software CT-Pro-3D and the projections were then used to reconstruct a set of TIFF images, with each corresponding to a slice of the three-dimensional object (one voxel in height). In addition, the software created a .xtek volume file (included here), which contains details about the scanning environment, projections, and reconstructions.
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  • Scan of specimen ummz:herps:246849 (THAMNODYNASTES PALLIDUS) - Skull. Raw - Dataset includes 1601 TIF images (each 1416 x 914 x 1 voxel at 0.0150099083890765 mm resolution, derived from 1601 scan projections), xtek and vgi files for volume reconstruction.

  • Scan of specimen ummz:herps:246849 (THAMNODYNASTES PALLIDUS) - Skull. Reconstructed - Dataset includes 654 TIF images (each 1416 x 914 x 1 voxel at 0.015010 mm resolution, derived from 1601 scan projections), xtek and vgi files for volume reconstruction.
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  • sborda@umich.edu
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  • 2018-09-11
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  • 11/21/2019
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  • 11/21/2019
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To Cite this Work:
University of Michigan Museum of Zoology (2019). Computed tomography voxel dataset for ummz:herps:246849-THAMNODYNASTES PALLIDUS-Skull [Data set]. University of Michigan - Deep Blue.

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