What are the main retina datasets?

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A select number of retinal datasets are proposed.

While retina images are harder to capture than face or fingerprints, there’s a selection of them as retinal photography is used in medicine for diagnosing ocular (and some other) diseases.

Messidor and Messidor-2 datasets are two well-known examples assembled at the research center Mines Paris for diagnosing diabetic retinopathy. They provided paired fundus images supplied with third-party annotations.

Retina Identification Database (RIDB) was created with a TOPCON-TRC camera and offers 100 samples from 20 people. PAPILA is a public funds dataset with segmentations of the cup and optic disc. All can be used for retinal anti-spoofing as well.

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