AICHA: An atlas of intrinsic connectivity of homotopic areas (Joliot 2015)
The AICHA atlas – a detailed cortical atlas based on functional connectivity in 281 subjects.
Hammersmith atlas (Hammers 2003, Gousias 2008)
Adult brain maximum probability map (“Hammersmith atlas”; n30r83) in MNI space.
Yeo 2011 functional parcellations (Yeo 2011)
fMRI atlas based on 1000 subjects exhibiting co-activations of the brain. Two versions are available that include 7 vs. 17 neworks.
JuBrain / Juelich histological atlas (Eickhoff 2005)
A probabilistic atlas created by averaging multi-subject post-mortem cyto- and myelo-architectonic segmentations, performed by the team of Profs Zilles and Amunts in Jülich and Düsseldorf. Cytoarchitectonic areas were analyzed in histological sections of ten human postmortem brains. The maps are based on image analysis and statistical criteria for localizing areal borders. Cytoarchitectonic maps have been developed during the past 20 years as a joint effort of many doctoral students, post docs and guest scientists. Maps, which have been published, are available for the scientific community.
PrAGMATiC (Huth 2016)
Advanced and modern functional atlas based on task fMRI.
Desikan-Killiany Atlas (Desikan 2006)
A parcellation scheme widely used in the freesurfer world subdividing the human cerebral cortex on MRI scans into gyral based regions of interest.
Destrieux Atlas (Destrieux 2010)
A parcellation scheme widely used in the freesurfer world based on sulcal depth and yielding precise automated definition of cortical gyri and sulci.
MarsAtlas (Auzias 2016)
A cortical parcellation model based on macroanatomical information.
fMRI-based random parcellations (Craddock 2011)
Fine-grained random parcellations informed by rs-fMRI data.
Voxelwise parcellations (Lead-DBS)
Three voxel-wise parcellations are supplied with Lead-DBS and have been built to create standardized connectivity matrices that exhibit off-diagonal elements that appear as parallel lines to the main diagonal (inter-hemispheric connections between homologous regions). Three versions (35 thousand, 15 thousand and 8 thousand nodes) are pre-installed within Lead-DBS. Together with advanced normalization algorithms (such as multimodal ANTs defaults and DARTEL pipelines), these connectivity matrices allow for high-definition connectomic analyses in parcellation schemes that are comparable across studies.