Code for: Matching the LenStar Optical Biometer to A-Scan Ultrasonography for use in Small Animal Eyes

Published: 9 Jan 2019 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/6n7w972yxb.1

Description of this data

The file contains the MATLAB (MathWorks) code that was used to obtain the A-scan ultrasonography-matched refractive indices.
To replicate our fitting, save the MATLAB file and the data file in the same folder and follow the instructions given in the MATLAB file. To obtain refractive indices for different species, change the sound velocities in the MATLAB file according to your species and generate a new data file. If your ultrasound measurements do not resolve CT and ACD, follow the column structure of our data file. If you have separate ultrasound time delays for CT and ACD, generate a data file with the following columns from left to right: OPLs of CT, ACD, LT and VCD followed by ultrasound time delays of CT, ACD, LT, and VCD. In our MATLAB code, we assume that CT and ACD can (cannot) be resolved form the ultrasound measures if the number of columns of the data file is even (odd).

Experiment data files

This data is associated with the following publication:

Matching the LenStar optical biometer to A-Scan ultrasonography for use in small animal eyes with application to tree shrews

Published in: Experimental Eye Research

Latest version

  • Version 1


    Published: 2019-01-09

    DOI: 10.17632/6n7w972yxb.1

    Cite this dataset

    El Hamdaoui, Mustapha; Grytz, Rafael (2019), “Code for: Matching the LenStar Optical Biometer to A-Scan Ultrasonography for use in Small Animal Eyes”, Mendeley Data, v1


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