Supplementary Figure 4: Representational task space for 47 unique task conditions. | Nature Neuroscience

Supplementary Figure 4: Representational task space for 47 unique task conditions.

From: Functional boundaries in the human cerebellum revealed by a multi-domain task battery

Supplementary Figure 4

(a) Group-averaged representational dissimilarity matrix (RDM) data for the unique 47 task conditions. Shared tasks are averaged across the four scanning sessions. Dark blue represents low dissimilarity between pairwise task-evoked activity patterns while high distances (bright yellow) represent high dissimilarity between pairwise task-evoked activity patterns. Thresholded values are shown below the diagonal (dark blue cells indicating pairwise comparisons between task conditions were not significant (p<.001, e.g., pleasant and unpleasant scenes). (b) A multi-dimensional scaling plot (MDS, using first three PCs for display purposes), showing the relative similarity of the task-evoked activity patterns after correction for activity related to basic motor output. Hierarchical clustering was applied to the tasks, with colors in both the RDM and MDS indicating cluster membership.

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