centroid_extraction_sphere()

Usage [source]:
centroid = centroid_extraction_sphere(sphere_coords, annotfile)
Description:
Extract centroids of a cortical parcellation on a surface sphere (authors: @frantisekvasa, @saratheriver)
Inputs:
  • sphere_coords (double array) – Sphere coordinates, size = [n x 3]
  • annotfile (string) – Name of annotation file {‘fsa5_lh_aparc.annot’, ‘fsa5_rh_aparc.annot, ‘fsa5_with_sctx_lh_aparc_aseg.csv’, etc.}
  • ventricles (string, optional) – Whether ventricle data are present. Only used when ‘annotfile’ is fsa5_with_sctx_lh_aparc_aseg or fsa5_with_sctx_lh_aparc_aseg. Default is ‘False’.
Outputs:
  • coord (double array) – Coordinates of the centroid of each region on the sphere, size = [m x 3].
References:
  • Alexander-Bloch A, Shou H, Liu S, Satterthwaite TD, Glahn DC, Shinohara RT, Vandekar SN and Raznahan A (2018). On testing for spatial correspondence between maps of human brain structure and function. NeuroImage, 178:540-51.
  • Váša F, Seidlitz J, Romero-Garcia R, Whitaker KJ, Rosenthal G, Vértes PE, Shinn M, Alexander-Bloch A, Fonagy P, Dolan RJ, Goodyer IM, the NSPN consortium, Sporns O, Bullmore ET (2017). Adolescent tuning of association cortex in human structural brain networks. Cerebral Cortex, 28(1):281–294.