Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

Plants

The original version of the following list of visual stimulus sets was compiled by Johanna Margret Sigurdardottir and will be updated as needed. We neither host nor do we provide copies of the stimuli. Reseachers who may wish to use a particular stimulus set should seek further information, including on possible licences, e.g. by following the provided web links, reading the referenced papers, and/or emailing the listed contact person/persons for a particular stimulus set. If you notice an error, know of a stimulus set that should be included, or have any other questions or comments, please contact Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (heidasi(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)hi.is). The list is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Data sets with images of plants.   

UK Flowers

17 Different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains 1360 pictures of flowers collected from varied websites. The flowers belong to 17 distinct categories, 80 pictures in each class, all of which are common in the UK. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/17/index.html

Reference:

  1. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2006). A Visual Vocabulary for Flower Classification. Proceedings of the IEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
  2. Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2007). Delving into the world of flower segmentation. Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference.
  3. 3 Nislback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flower classification over a large number of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.

102 different flower categories common in the UK

Description: This database contains photos of 102 classes of flowers that are common in the UK. They were collected from the internet. Each class contains either 40 to 258 pictures. The pictures have pose, light and scale variations. There are variations in photos in each class but also between classes.

License: Not known.

Link: http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~vgg/data/flowers/102/index.html

Reference: Nilsback, M. E., Zisserman, A. (2008). Automated flowe classification over a large n umber of classes. Proceedings of the Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing.