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Digital Pathology Segmentation using Pytorch + Unet

In this blog post, we discuss how to train a U-net style deep learning classifier, using Pytorch, for segmenting epithelium versus stroma regions. This post is broken down into 4 components following along other pipeline approaches we’ve discussed in the past:

  1. Making training/testing databases,
  2. Training a model,
  3. Visualizing results in the validation set,
  4. Generating output.

This model focuses on using solely Python and freely available tools (i.e., no matlab).

This blog post assumes moderate knowledge of convolutional neural networks, depending on the readers background, our JPI paper may be sufficient, or a more thorough resource such as Andrew NG’s deep learning course.

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Tutorial: A resolution adaptive deep hierarchical (RADHicaL) learning scheme applied to nuclear segmentation of digital pathology images

This tutorial provides a tutorial on using the code and data for our paper “A resolution adaptive deep hierarchical (RADHicaL) learning scheme applied to nuclear segmentation of digital pathology images” by Andrew Janowczyk, Scott Doyle, Hannah Gilmore, and Anant Madabhushi.

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