Connectomics is a relatively recent discipline of neuroscience, which studies the brain's connections.
A connectogram is a graphical representation of the brain's connectomics. Each entry on the circle represent a brain area (e.g., Heschl’s gyrus). The areas are grouped by lobe (the temporal lobe for Heschl's gyrus) and by hemisphere (the left hemisphere on the left of the image). Layers 2 to 6 of the ring represent color-coded measurements of various metrics (e.g., cortical thickness). The center of the connectogram displays the connections between the brain areas, as measured by DTI tractography.
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