AUTHORS: Daducci A, Gerhard S, Griffa A, Lemkaddem A, Cammoun L, Gigandet X, Meuli R, Hagmann P, Thiran JP

PLOS One, 7(12): e48121, December 2012


Researchers working in the field of global connectivity analysis using diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can count on a wide selection of software packages for processing their data, with methods ranging from the reconstruction of the local intra-voxel axonal structure to the estimation of the trajectories of the underlying fibre tracts. However, each package is generally task-specific and uses its own conventions and file formats. In this article we present the Connectome Mapper, a software pipeline aimed at helping researchers through the tedious process of organising, processing and analysing diffusion MRI data to perform global brain connectivity analyses.