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The data science future of neuroscience theory

An approach for integrating the wealth of heterogeneous brain data — from gene expression and neurotransmitter receptor density to structure and function — allows neuroscientists to easily place their data within the broader neuroscientific context.

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Fig. 1: The potential of the neuromaps package.

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