In addition to our own STORM super-resolution image dataset, we also trained and tested our selection of neural networks using the 2018 Kaggle data science bowl dataset [1]. Included in this publicly available nuclear image dataset were wide-field fluorescence, H&E stained and brightfield microscopic images of nuclei from cultured cells and tissue. From the entirety of the dataset, we utilized only the stage 1 training set, containing 670 labeled images. Kaggle datasets were not resized, but rather tested as is.

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