I have a couple of quite simple questions
1) Once one has digitized a set on landmarks/semilandmarks in a series of
photographs it is possible to include new specimens?. I mean, if I have a
digitized dataset and I want to include new specimens it is possible?. I
Happy 2016!! I am conducting a geometric morphometric research to evaluate
the cranial and mandibular shape variation in a sample of modern humans. I
am using a microscribe digitizer. I would like to describe as best as
possible the shape variation so I am interested in 3D semilandmarks.
I am interested to obtain a 3D surface scanner which will be used to study
hominin teeth and skulls. Does anyone have any experience, suggestions
For instance price, resolution, peformance, manipulation (portable)
thanks in advance
> F. James Rohlf, Distinguished Professor, Emeritus. Ecology & Evolution
> Research Professor, Anthropology
> Stony Brook University
> *From:* Miguel Eduardo Delgado Burbano [mailto:mdelgadoburb...@gmail.com]
> *Sent:* Sunday, January 31, 2016 3:35 AM
Usually researchers use small sample sizes for distinct reasons in my case
because I study archaeological and paleontological derived samples. The
practical problem mentioned by James could be partially solved correcting
the D2 distances for small sample size, that is, calculating an unbiased
I recently obtained several CT scans from hominin crania. I used 3DSlicer
4.5 to robtain 3d meshes of such crania. However I noted that in my
database there are two kinds fo files. One of them have a .hdr extension
which can be succesfully loaded into 3DSlicer which alllowed to obtain 3D
ritten software, much of which can also be scripted for
> Tom O'Mahoney
> PhD Candidate, University of Manchester.
> On 19 January 2017 at 14:06, Miguel Eduardo Delgado Burbano <
> mdelgadoburb...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear all
I am planning to obtain 3D surface models from different museum
colletions, so I need a 3D portable hardware (and associated software).
Does anyone have suggestions of models and prices they would recommend?
Here I notify you about one of my recent papers on geometric morphometrics
that could be of interest to some members of the community
Delgado ME 2016. Holocene population history of the Sabana de Bogotá
region, Northern South America: An assessment of the craniofacial
package, but we don’t have any to play with.
> *From:* Antonio Profico
> *Sent:* Sunday, April 14, 2019 4:35 PM
> *To:* Miguel Eduardo Delgado Burbano
> *Cc:* MORPHMET ;
I'm using landmarks (.ladmarkAscii) and B-splines (.am) derived from Avizo
(Standard Edition 7.1.0). I have used previously the Arothron and Nat
packages to load landmarks derived from Amira into the R console. Now using
the Avizo files such packages do not seem to work. Somebody has a
files from Avizo?
>> I'll add these two functions in Arothron and before to submit the new
>> release to the CRAN I'll send them to you.
>> Il giorno lun 15 apr 2019 alle ore 01:26 Miguel Eduardo Delgado Burbano
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