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Automated brain parcellation rendering and visualization in R with coldcuts

  title={Automated brain parcellation rendering and visualization in R with coldcuts},
  author={Giuseppe D’Agostino and Sarah Raye Langley},
Parcellations are fundamental tools in neuroanatomy, allowing researchers to place functional imaging and molecular data within a structural context in the brain. Visualizing these parcellations is critical to guide biological understanding of clinical and experimental datasets in humans and model organisms. However, software used to visualize parcellations is different from the one used to analyze these datasets, greatly limiting the visualization of experimental data within parcellations. We… 



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