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The advances in infrared thermography during recent years have opened new possibilities for its use in medical diagnosis. The detection of complications related to diabetic foot is one of the many uses of this technology. This paper presents a new public plantar thermogram database composed of 334 plantar thermograms from 122 diabetic subjects and 45 non-diabetic subjects. Each thermogram includes four extra images with their respective temperature file, corresponding to the four plantardoi:10.1109/access.2019.2951356 fatcat:42wabjc7czcwlbizp6z26rnpke