DRD (Diabetic Retinopathy Detection) dataset is a collection of high-res images of the human retina. All pictures contain clinician ratings about the disease's progression level (scale 0 to 4; 0 - no retinopathy; 4 - proliferative retinopathy). This dataset is typically used for automated retinopathy progression diagnosis. Some pictures are taken as one would see the retina in real life (macula on the left, optic nerve on the ideal for the right eye). Other photos are portrayed as one would see via magnifying instrument consolidating focal point (e.g. altered, as one finds in an ordinary live eyesight test).