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        How to analyze diffusion MRI data       

Conventional Tractography

Conventional tractography tracks the trajectories of white matter tracts.
Step T2: Reconstruction
 
Step T3: Fiber tracking

Once you get the tracks, the data can be used for futher tract-based analysis:


Batch processing 

DSI Studio provides both GUI-based and command line based batch processing:

Differential Tractography

Differential tractography tracks the precise tract segments with a substantial change of anisotropy between scans.
Steps: Differential tractography for longitudinal data

Steps: Differential tractography for cross sectional data

Correlational Tractography
Correlational tractography tracks the precise tract segments that have anisotropy correlated with a study variable in the group studies, and connectometry uses a permutation test to get statistical inference. 

Step C1-C2: 
Create a connectometry database

Step C3: Group connectometry analysis

Other Analysis
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