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About the ToolBox for Co-Activation Patterns (TbCAPs)
Functional magnetic resonance imaging provides rich spatio-temporal data of human brain activity during task and rest. Many recent efforts have focussed on characterising dynamics of brain activity. One notable instance is co-activation pattern (CAP) analysis, a frame-wise analytical approach that disentangles the different functional brain networks interacting with a user-defined seed region. While promising applications in various clinical settings have been demonstrated, there is not yet any centralised, publicly accessible resource to facilitate the deployment of the technique.
- T. A. W. Bolton, C. Tuleasca, D. Wotruba, G. Rey, H. Dhanis, B. Gauthier, F. Delavari, E. Morgenroth, J. Gaviria, E. Blondiaux, L. Smigielski, D. Van De Ville, "TbCAPs: A toolbox for co-activation pattern analysis", NeuroImage, vol. 221, art. 116621, 2020.