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Parcellation scheme

Name: Parcellation scheme
Description: Set of parcels occupying part or all of an anatomical entity that has been delineated using a common approach or set of criteria, often in a single study. A parcellation scheme for any given individual entity may include gaps, transitional zones, or regions of uncertainty. A parcellation scheme derived from a set of individuals registered to a common target (atlas) may be probabilistic and include overlap of parcels in regions that reflect individual variability or imperfections in alignment.
Synonym(s): Partition scheme
Super-category: Role
*Id: nlx_144019
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CurationStatusgraph position temporary  +
CuratorMaryann Martone  +
DefinitionSet of parcels occupying part or all of a Set of parcels occupying part or all of an anatomical entity that has been delineated using a common approach or set of criteria, often in a single study. A parcellation scheme for any given individual entity may include gaps, transitional zones, or regions of uncertainty. A parcellation scheme derived from a set of individuals registered to a common target (atlas) may be probabilistic and include overlap of parcels in regions that reflect individual variability or imperfections in alignment. variability or imperfections in alignment.
EditorialNoteShould this definition be modified to incl Should this definition be modified to include a Gaussian distribution to represent distribution of cells or other features? I changed the definition to include all anatomical entities and not just brain, as we also have parcellation schemes for spinal cord and other parts of the nervous system cord and other parts of the nervous system
Idnlx_144019  +
LabelParcellation scheme  +
ModifiedDate10 July 2012  +
SuperCategoryRole  +
SynonymPartition scheme  +