There are currently 28 available atlases across 11 packages. The packages, their repository name and location can be found with:
library(ggsegExtra) # List all verified compatible atlases ggseg_atlas_repos() #> # A tibble: 11 x 6 #> repo ggseg ggseg3d source comment package #> <chr> <lgl> <lgl> <chr> <chr> <chr> #> 1 LCBC-UiO/ggseg… TRUE TRUE github both 17 and 7 Network data ggsegYeo20… #> 2 LCBC-UiO/ggseg… FALSE TRUE github the 2009 atlas ggsegDeste… #> 3 LCBC-UiO/ggseg… FALSE TRUE github both thickness and area maps ggsegChen #> 4 LCBC-UiO/ggseg… FALSE TRUE github both 17 and 7 networks ggsegSchae… #> 5 LCBC-UiO/ggseg… TRUE TRUE github full atlas ggsegGlass… #> 6 LCBC-UiO/ggseg… TRUE TRUE github white tract atlas ggsegJHU #> 7 LCBC-UiO/ggseg… TRUE TRUE github white tract atlas ggsegTracu… #> 8 LCBC-UiO/ggseg… FALSE TRUE github white tract atlas ggsegICBM #> 9 LCBC-UiO/ggseg… TRUE FALSE github Harvard-Oxford cortical (FS… ggsegHO #> 10 LCBC-UiO/ggseg… TRUE FALSE github extra 2d view for dk, p/a d… ggsegDefau… #> 11 LCBC-UiO/ggseg… TRUE TRUE github Desikan-Killiany-Tourville … ggsegDKT
We have tutorials on how to make atlases available in the
Articles of the package documentation page. Currently, the pipeline for making 3d atlases needs Freesufer to be installed on your system and a ready
.annot file to use for the converions. Improvements to the pipeline in creating cortical atlases both for ggseg and ggseg3d is still being developed. Pipelines for creating subcortical atlases of any kind are still in their infancy, and we do not yet have good solutions for their creation. Suggestions for improvement are welcome through GH issues or direct Pull requests.
Please note that the ggsegExtra project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By contributing to this project, you agree to abide by its terms.
Don’t hesitate to ask for support using github issues, or requesting new atlases. While we would love getting help in creating new atlases, you may also request atlases through the issues, and we will try to get to it.
This work is funded by EU Horizon 2020 Grant ‘Healthy minds 0-100 years: Optimizing the use of European brain imaging cohorts (Lifebrain)’, with grant agreement
732592. The project has also received funding from the European Research Council’s Starting grant (grant agreements
283634, to Anders Martin Fjell and
313440 to Kristine Beate Walhovd) and Consolidator Grant (grant agreement
771355 to Kristine Beate Walhovd and
725025 to Anders Martin Fjell). The project has received funding through multiple grants from the Norwegian Research Council.