Data from: Tuning Geometric Morphometrics: an R tool to reduce information loss caused by surface smoothing

Antonio Profico, Alessio Veneziano, Alessandro Lanteri, Paolo Piras, Gabriele Sansalone & Giorgio Manzi
The application of Geometric Morphometrics has remarkably increased since 3D imaging techniques have become widespread, such as high-resolution computerised tomography, laser scanning and photogrammetry. Acquisition, 3D rendering and simplification of virtual objects produce faceting and topological artefacts, which can be counteracted by applying decimation and smoothing algorithms. Nevertheless, smoothing algorithms can have detrimental effects. This work aims at developing a method to assess the amount of information loss or recovery after the application of 3D...
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