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NETWORK NEUROSCIENCE

An ‘edgy’ new look

Network neuroscientists envision the brain as a network of nodes (regions) linked via edges (connections). A long-held assumption is that node-centric interactions are the primary phenomena of interest. Faskowitz et al. introduce a novel edge-centric framework with the potential to usher in a new era of discovery in connectomics research.

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Fig. 1: New metrics for network neuroscience.

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