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Figure 3

From: Fast reproducible identification and large-scale databasing of individual functional cognitive networks

Figure 3

Individual functional information captured in 5 min. Illustration of functional information captured in one 5-minute session (one block) compared with a 30-minutes long session (6 blocks), for two subjects. Individual correlates of four tasks are plotted (sagital and axial view) at p < 10-3 uncorrected (cluster extent 10 voxels) for the one block analysis. Similar correlates are plotted at p < 10-3 corrected (cluster extent 10 voxel) for the six block analysis. Below are plotted ROC curves of each subject's contrast images. Solid line represent curve obtained using the t-value map of the corresponding subject, while dotted line represent curve obtained using the t-value map of the same contrast but of the other subject. Diagonal lines represent the ROC curves that would be obtained in the case of a non-informative random map.

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