Juelich atlas#


See nilearn.datasets.fetch_atlas_juelich.


The Julich-Brain cytoarchitectonic atlas presents cytoarchitectonic maps in several coordinate spaces, such as MNI colin27, MNI152, and freesurfer. These maps originate from peer-reviewed probability maps that define both cortical and subcortical brain regions. Notably, these probability maps account for the brain’s inter-individual variability by analyzing data from multiple post-mortem samples. For a whole-brain parcellation, the available probability maps are combined into a maximum probability map by considering for each voxel the probability of all cytoarchitectonic brain regions, and determining the most probable assignment.

For more details: https://fsl.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/fsl/fslwiki/Atlases



nifti image containing regions or their probability


list of labels for the regions in the atlas.


For the overall scientific concept and methodology of the Julich-Brain cytoarchitectonic atlas, please cite Amunts et al.[1].


See https://fsl.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/fsl/fslwiki/Licence