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Fig. 4 | Breast Cancer Research

Fig. 4

From: Quantitative nuclear histomorphometric features are predictive of Oncotype DX risk categories in ductal carcinoma in situ: preliminary findings

Fig. 4

Illustration of the feature maps corresponding to global graph (Voronoi (a), Delaunay (b), and Minimum Spanning Tree (c)), Shape (d), CORE (d), CCG (e), and Haralick Texture (f) features, capturing respectively spatial arrangement, shape, orientation, local arrangement, and heterogeneity of nuclei within a tissue image of a DCIS patient corresponding to the high ODx risk category the feature maps corresponding to the intermediate- and low-risk categories were included in S.3 as FigureĀ 2 (II) and FigureĀ 2 (III) respectively

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