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Enabling discovery science in human connectomics

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Sporns, O. Enabling discovery science in human connectomics. Sci. Bull. 60, 139–140 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11434-014-0716-5

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Keywords

  • Functional Connectivity
  • Brain Connectivity
  • Human Lifespan
  • fMRI Time Series
  • Human Neuroimaging