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    • Type: Sub-task
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
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      Description

      The region mapping is just a relationship between the two pieces of data,
      mapping regions of a connectivity onto the nodes of a surface simulation, one to
      many for the vertices of the cortical surface and one to one for the remaining
      noncortical regions.

      Have:

      • Right now we have an importer for RegionMapping;
      • Region Mappings, externally computed, for our current default Connectivity
        and Cortex, exist.

      Need:

      • At least one, preferably multiple, complete datasets to serve as a default
        dataset available to users who can't or aren't interested in providing their
        own. Of specific importance here is the Connectivity Parcellation Mask, as
        well as a specification of hemisphere and cortical vs non-cortical regions.
      • Algorithm for calculating the region mapping, given a coregistered Cortex
        and ParcellationMask, including an "island" removal/correction mechanism to
        deal with the imperfect alignment that will exist, even with coregistered
        data, between an individual's cortical surface and the "generic"
        parcellation mask.
      • Having selected a Connectivity and Cortex, the UI should select the
        appropriate RegionMapping.

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            • Assignee:
              lia.domide Lia Domide
              Reporter:
              stuart.knock Stuart Knock
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