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3D Facial Norms Database (RRID:SCR_005991)


https://www.facebase.org/facial_norms/

Database of high-quality craniofacial anthropometric normative data for the research and clinical community based on digital stereophotogrammetry. Unlike traditional craniofacial normative datasets that are limited to measures obtained with handheld calipers and tape measurers, the anthropometric data provided here are based on digital stereophotogrammetry, a method of 3D surface imaging ideally suited for capturing human facial surface morphology. Also unlike more traditional normative craniofacial resources, the 3D Facial Norms Database allows users to interact with data via an intuitive graphical interface and - given proper credentials - gain access to individual-level data, allowing users to perform their own analyses.


Keywords

face, phenotype, genotype, facial landmark, coordinate, anthropometric, facial measurement

Resource ID

SCR_005991

Alternate IDs

nlx_151373

Website Status

Last checked up

Parent Organization

FaceBase

Abbreviation(s)

3D Facial Norms Database

Species

human

Resource Type

Resource, data or information resource, database

Funding Information

NIDCR | U01DE020078

Proper citation

(3D Facial Norms Database, RRID:SCR_005991)

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