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Mesoscopic physiological interactions in the human brain reveal small-world properties
Jiarui Wang, Annabelle Tao, William Anderson, Joseph Madsen, Gabriel Kreiman
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Explore networks from each of 48 subjects in an interactive 3D interface
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Double-click to select a brain area. Explore all area pairs in matrix view.
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Click and drag to rotate. Middle mouse to zoom. Right click to pan.
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Citation

Jiarui Wang, Annabelle Tao, William S. Anderson, Joseph R. Madsen, Gabriel Kreiman, Mesoscopic physiological interactions in the human brain reveal small-world properties, Cell Reports, Volume 36, Issue 8, 2021. (Full text) (Supplement)

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