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## An In Vivo High Resolution Atlas of the Subcortical Human Brain The purpose of this project is to develop a crowd-sourced In Vivo High Resolution Atlas of the Subcortical Human Brain. We invite contributions to this project, both to increase the precision of anatomical labels, and to increase the number of labeled subcortical nuclei. This resource can be used as a reference atlas for researchers and students alike. ### Contents The atlas has two components currently: 1. [Subnuclei of the amygdala][1] 2. [Nuclei involved in reinforcement learning][2] ### Usage For details on common use cases for this atlas, please see [Documentation][4]. ### Target Nuclei This atlas is an evolving resource and we're aiming to add probabilistic nucleus labels (multiple passes by multiple observers) within the following subcortical regions: 1. Thalamus 2. Midbrain tegmentum and tectum For a complete list of currently labeled nuclei, please refer to the components of this OSF project. ### How to Contribute We strove to make it as easy as possible for anybody to contribute to the crow-sourced development of this atlas. Contributing therefore requires a couple of simple steps: 1. Downloading the anatomical templates. 2. Labeling the anatomical region of interest using freely available software. 3. Submitting candidate labelings to a GitHub repository via a pull request. For full details on how to contribute, please refer to the companion repository on GitHub: [CIT168 Brain Atlas][3] [1]: [2]: [3]: "CIT168 Brain Atlas" [4]:
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