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From: Functional connectivity and quality of life in young adults with cerebral palsy: a feasibility study

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Data Quality Assessment After Denoising. All data comes from a single participant (participant 4), while the similar plots for the other 8 participants are shown in the supplemental material. No scrubbing was performed on this participant. a The distribution of connectivity values was shifted to have a mean value close to zero, and the SD was not overly broad compared to other participants in the study. b The carpet plot indicates several large spikes in the original data, likely representing motion artifacts, have been attenuated by the filtering operations applied. c The image shows BOLD data overlaid by grey-matter edges from the MNI standard brain, with excellent fidelity. For example: (i) the edges of the caudate nucleus (open arrow) are well situated compared to the lateral ventricles visible in the underlying image; (ii) image contrast is visible across the overlaid boundary in the superior frontal cortical region (closed arrow), indicating that the boundary follows the grey-matter/white-matter interface

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