GRETNA is a graph theoretical network analysis toolbox which allows researchers to perform comprehensive analysis on the topology of brain connectome by integrating the most of network measures studied in current neuroscience field.
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Funding: the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars (Grant
No. 81225012), the Natural Science Foundation (Grant Nos. 81030028,
31221003 and 30870667), and Beijing Natural Science Foundation
(Grant No. Z111107067311036 and 7102090).