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A comparative study of 16 tractography algorithms for the corticospinal tract: reproducibility and subject-specificity

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Abstract

We present a comparative study of fiber tractography algorithms on a test-retest dataset. This work and the conclusions it leads to will guide the choice of a tracking algorithm for applications ranging from surgical planning to group-based connectivity analysis. We evaluate 16 different tracking algorithms, using their either freely available implementations or in house software. We compare their ability to produce reproducible tracking, as well as to capture subject-specific tract geometry.
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hal-00944649 , version 1 (10-02-2014)

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Emmanuel Caruyer, Luke Bloy, Birkan Tunç, Jérémy Lecoeur, Varsha Shankar, et al.. A comparative study of 16 tractography algorithms for the corticospinal tract: reproducibility and subject-specificity. ISMRM, May 2014, Milan, Italy. ⟨hal-00944649⟩
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