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 Eight structural graphs were constructed within DSI Studio using publicly available imaging data derived from the [[Human Connectome Project]]. Whole-brain fiber [[tractography]] was performed to quantify the strength of each cortical region comprising our atlas. Eight structural graphs were constructed within DSI Studio using publicly available imaging data derived from the [[Human Connectome Project]]. Whole-brain fiber [[tractography]] was performed to quantify the strength of each cortical region comprising our atlas.
  
-Rank-order analysis revealed 27 distinct areas with high average strength, several of which are associated with eloquent cortical functions. Area 4 localizes to the primary motor cortex and is important for fine motor control. Areas 2, 3a and 3b localize to the primary sensory cortex and are involved in primary sensory processing. Areas V1-V4 in the occipital pole are involved in primary visual processing. Several language areas, including area 44, were also found to have high average strength.+Rank-order analysis revealed 27 distinct areas with high average strength, several of which are associated with eloquent cortical functions. Area 4 localizes to the [[primary motor cortex]] and is important for fine motor control. Areas 2, 3a and 3b localize to the primary sensory cortex and are involved in primary sensory processing. Areas V1-V4 in the occipital pole are involved in primary visual processing. Several language areas, including area 44, were also found to have high average strength.
  
 Regions of average high strength tend to localize to [[eloquent area]]s of the brain, such as the [[primary sensorimotor cortex]], [[primary visual cortex]], and [[Broca'​s area]]. Future studies will examine the dynamic effects of neurologic disease on this metric Regions of average high strength tend to localize to [[eloquent area]]s of the brain, such as the [[primary sensorimotor cortex]], [[primary visual cortex]], and [[Broca'​s area]]. Future studies will examine the dynamic effects of neurologic disease on this metric
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