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7.2.6. nilearn.datasets.fetch_atlas_smith_2009

nilearn.datasets.fetch_atlas_smith_2009(data_dir=None, mirror=’origin’, url=None, resume=True, verbose=1)

Download and load the Smith ICA and BrainMap atlas (dated 2009)

Parameters:

data_dir: string, optional

Path of the data directory. Used to force data storage in a non- standard location. Default: None (meaning: default)

mirror: string, optional

By default, the dataset is downloaded from the original website of the atlas. Specifying “nitrc” will force download from a mirror, with potentially higher bandwith.

url: string, optional

Download URL of the dataset. Overwrite the default URL.

Returns:

data: sklearn.datasets.base.Bunch

dictionary-like object, contains:

  • 20-dimensional ICA, Resting-FMRI components:
    • all 20 components (rsn20)
    • 10 well-matched maps from these, as shown in PNAS paper (rsn10)
  • 20-dimensional ICA, BrainMap components:
    • all 20 components (bm20)
    • 10 well-matched maps from these, as shown in PNAS paper (bm10)
  • 70-dimensional ICA, Resting-FMRI components (rsn70)
  • 70-dimensional ICA, BrainMap components (bm70)

Notes

For more information about this dataset’s structure: http://www.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/datasets/brainmap+rsns/

References

S.M. Smith, P.T. Fox, K.L. Miller, D.C. Glahn, P.M. Fox, C.E. Mackay, N. Filippini, K.E. Watkins, R. Toro, A.R. Laird, and C.F. Beckmann. Correspondence of the brain’s functional architecture during activation and rest. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA (PNAS), 106(31):13040-13045, 2009.

A.R. Laird, P.M. Fox, S.B. Eickhoff, J.A. Turner, K.L. Ray, D.R. McKay, D.C Glahn, C.F. Beckmann, S.M. Smith, and P.T. Fox. Behavioral interpretations of intrinsic connectivity networks. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2011