Hue data and simulated hue data

Dataset

Abstract

The aim of the agreement study here was to determine whether the scanner can reproduce the mean hue measurements taken by the colourimeter on the same fruit over time. The colourimeter is faster and easier to use than a flatbed scanner. Additionally, each image obtained with the scanner needs to processed by an image manipulation program to select the object and extract its pixel-by-pixel information. Our major interest here is in the longitudinal accuracy profile because high values over time would suggest that the fruit's topography does not influence the measurements taken by the scanner.

In addition, we have two simulated datasets. Firstly, in the simulated_hue a total of 100 fruits were observed over 20 days by three methods to evaluate the mean hue of fruit's peel. The aim of the agreement study was to assess how well methods 2, and 3 agreed with method 1 over time. In the simulated_hue_block ,
A total of 100 fruits by block were observed over 20 days by four methods to evaluate the mean hue of fruit's peel. We considered three blocks in this simulation. The aim of the agreement study was to assess how well methods 2, 3, and 4 agreed with method 1 over time.

Data Citation

Thiago P. Oliveira. Hue data and simulated hue data,
Date made available7 Feb 2020
PublisherMendeley
Date of data production1 Jan 2010 - 31 Dec 2010

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