Preprocessing image data to ensure that it is in a format that the network can accept is a common first step in deep learning workflows. For example, you can resize image input to match the size of an image input layer. You can also preprocess data to enhance desired features or reduce artifacts that can bias the network. For example, you can normalize or remove noise from input data.
You can preprocess image input with operations such as resizing by using datastores and functions available in MATLAB® and Deep Learning Toolbox™. Other MATLAB toolboxes offer functions, datastores, and apps for labeling, processing, and augmenting deep learning data. Use specialized tools from other MATLAB toolboxes to process data for domains such as image processing, object detection, and semantic segmentation.
- Preprocess Images for Deep Learning
Learn how to resize images for training, prediction, and classification, and how to preprocess images using data augmentation, transformations, and specialized datastores.
- Preprocess Volumes for Deep Learning
Read and preprocess volumetric image and label data for 3-D deep learning.
- Datastores for Deep Learning
Learn how to use datastores in deep learning applications.
- Import Data into Deep Network Designer
Import and visualize data in Deep Network Designer.
- Deep Learning in MATLAB
Discover deep learning capabilities in MATLAB using convolutional neural networks for classification and regression, including pretrained networks and transfer learning, and training on GPUs, CPUs, clusters, and clouds.
- Deep Learning Tips and Tricks
Learn how to improve the accuracy of deep learning networks.
- Data Sets for Deep Learning
Discover data sets for various deep learning tasks.