Fine-grain atlases of functional modes for fMRI analysis

  title={Fine-grain atlases of functional modes for fMRI analysis},
  author={Kamalaker Dadi and Ga{\"e}l Varoquaux and Antonia Machlouzarides-Shalit and Krzysztof J. Gorgolewski and Demian Wassermann and Bertrand Thirion and Arthur Mensch},

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