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Description: Anatomically labeled brain surfaces and volumes derived from magnetic resonance images of 101 healthy individuals.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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The Mindboggle-101 individuals data set includes anatomically labeled brain surfaces and volumes derived from magnetic resonance images of 101 healthy individuals as part of the Mindboggle project (http://mindboggle.info, OSF). The manually edited cortical labels follow sulcus landmarks according to the Desikan-Killiany-Tourville (DKT) labeling protocol: "101 labeled brain images and a consistent ...

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  • FreeSurfer_output

    FreeSurfer processed files

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  • Mindboggle101_release3

    Official Mindboggle101 release 3 (updated 2019-04-03)

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  • whole_brain_labels_OASIS-TRT-20

    Whole-brain labels (2012): OASIS-TRT-20 brain images with DKT31 cortical labels and CMA noncortical labels.

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  • mindboggle_output

    Mindboggle software (http://mindboggle.info) run on Mindboggle-101 brains (2014).

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  • antsCorticalThickness_output

    antsCorticalThickness.sh run on Mindboggle-101 brains (2014).

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  • source_data

    Source data for the 101 brains in the Mindboggle-101 data (pulled from different project websites).

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