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Modelling the Human Brain as a directed graph

Axo-axonic synapses and dendrodendritic synapses exist, and are not errors. They are particularly common in invertebrate nervous systems but are also found between particular cells in mammalian brains....
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Functional vs. synaptic connectivity

That one looks a bit familiar to me! Short, simple answer (extracted from the longer answer below...) Measures of functional connectivity are just correlations (correlation here referring broadly ...
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Frequency band comparison between two groups

I would be wary about treating your data differently. If you have 64 recording sites, you can possibly use all 64 channels to get to 32 "less noisy" channels and use that data optimally, but ...
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Constraints on dataset size for AI-assisted connectome reconstruction

Improving labeling Increasing the amount of data that humans can annotate in a reasonable amount of time (your second question), one essentially needs to develop better labeling tools. Typically, ...
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