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- nilearn.plotting.plot_connectome(adjacency_matrix, node_coords, node_color='auto', node_size=50, edge_cmap=<matplotlib.colors.LinearSegmentedColormap object>, edge_vmin=None, edge_vmax=None, edge_threshold=None, output_file=None, display_mode='ortho', figure=None, axes=None, title=None, annotate=True, black_bg=False, alpha=0.7, edge_kwargs=None, node_kwargs=None, colorbar=False)[source]#
Plot connectome on top of the brain glass schematics.
The plotted image should be in MNI space for this function to work properly.
In the case of ‘l’ and ‘r’ directions (for hemispheric projections), markers in the coordinate x == 0 are included in both hemispheres.
- adjacency_matrixnumpy array of shape (n, n)
Represents the link strengths of the graph. The matrix can be symmetric which will result in an undirected graph, or not symmetric which will result in a directed graph.
- node_coordsnumpy array_like of shape (n, 3)
3d coordinates of the graph nodes in world space.
- node_colorcolor or sequence of colors or ‘auto’, optional
Color(s) of the nodes. If string is given, all nodes are plotted with same color given in string.
- node_sizescalar or array_like, optional
Size(s) of the nodes in points^2. Default=50.
- edge_cmapcolormap, optional
Colormap used for representing the strength of the edges. Default=cm.bwr.
- edge_vmin, edge_vmaxfloat, optional
If not None, either or both of these values will be used to as the minimum and maximum values to color edges. If None are supplied the maximum absolute value within the given threshold will be used as minimum (multiplied by -1) and maximum coloring levels.
- edge_thresholdstr or number, optional
If it is a number only the edges with a value greater than edge_threshold will be shown. If it is a string it must finish with a percent sign, e.g. “25.3%”, and only the edges with a abs(value) above the given percentile will be shown.
str, or None, optional
The name of an image file to export the plot to. Valid extensions are .png, .pdf, .svg. If
output_fileis not None, the plot is saved to a file, and the display is closed.
- display_modestring, optional
Choose the direction of the cuts: ‘x’ - sagittal, ‘y’ - coronal, ‘z’ - axial, ‘l’ - sagittal left hemisphere only, ‘r’ - sagittal right hemisphere only, ‘ortho’ - three cuts are performed in orthogonal directions. Possible values are: ‘ortho’, ‘x’, ‘y’, ‘z’, ‘xz’, ‘yx’, ‘yz’, ‘l’, ‘r’, ‘lr’, ‘lzr’, ‘lyr’, ‘lzry’, ‘lyrz’. Default=’ortho’.
matplotlib.figure.Figure, or None, optional
Matplotlib figure used or its number. If
Noneis given, a new figure is created.
matplotlib.axes.Axes, or 4 tupleof
float: (xmin, ymin, width, height), optional
The axes, or the coordinates, in matplotlib figure space, of the axes used to display the plot. If
None, the complete figure is used.
str, or None, optional
The title displayed on the figure. Default=None.
True, positions and left/right annotation are added to the plot. Default=True.
bool, or ‘auto’, optional
True, the background of the image is set to be black. If you wish to save figures with a black background, you will need to pass facecolor=’k’, edgecolor=’k’ to
- alphafloat between 0 and 1, optional
Alpha transparency for the brain schematics. Default=0.7.
- edge_kwargsdict, optional
Will be passed as kwargs for each edge matlotlib Line2D.
- node_kwargsdict, optional
Will be passed as kwargs to the plt.scatter call that plots all the nodes in one go.
True, display a colorbar on the right of the plots. Default=False.
Extraction of node coords on brain parcellations.
Extraction of node coords on brain probabilistic atlases.
Loading and plotting of a cortical surface atlas
Extracting signals of a probabilistic atlas of functional regions
Computing a connectome with sparse inverse covariance
Group Sparse inverse covariance for multi-subject connectome
Regions extraction using dictionary learning and functional connectomes
Comparing connectomes on different reference atlases
Classification of age groups using functional connectivity
Extract signals on spheres and plot a connectome