Graph Theory GLM (GTG) MATLAB Toolbox

This MATLAB toolbox calculates & runs a GLM on graph theory properties derived from brain networks. The GLM accepts continuous & categorical between-participant predictors & categorical within-participant predictors. Significance is determined via non-parametric permutation tests, including correction for multiple comparisons. Both fully connected & thresholded networks are tested.

The toolbox also provides a data processing path for resting state & task fMRI data. Options for partialing nuisance signals include: local & total white matter signal (Jo et al., 2013), PCA of white matter/ventricular signal (Muschelli et al., 2014), Saad et al. (2013)'s GCOR, & Chen et al. (2012)’s GNI. In addition, Power et al. (2014)'s motion scrubbing method & Patel et al. (2014)'s WaveletDespike are available.

Please sign up for the mailing list, as this is where we announce new releases.
Download Now Download Now
OR See All Files

Specifications

Category:Connectivity Analysis
License:GNU General Public License (GPL)
Development Status:4 - Beta
Diagnosis:Brain Injuries
Domain:MR
Intended Audience:End Users
Natural Language:English
Operating System:OS Independent
Programming Language:MATLAB
Supported Data Format:NIfTI-1, Other Format
Other Keywords: graph, graph theoretic, graph theory, network

Recent Activity

Show: 
Forum Activity

help forum

RE: ROC curve analysis posted by Jeffrey Spielberg on Nov 27, 2017

Forum Activity

help forum

ROC curve analysis posted by Hua Yu on Nov 26, 2017

Forum Activity

help forum

RE: covariates posted by Heena Manglani on Nov 17, 2017

Forum Activity

help forum

RE: covariates posted by Jeffrey Spielberg on Nov 17, 2017

Forum Activity

help forum

RE: covariates posted by Heena Manglani on Nov 16, 2017

Forum Activity

help forum

RE: covariates posted by Heena Manglani on Nov 6, 2017

Forum Activity

help forum

RE: covariates posted by Heena Manglani on Nov 4, 2017

Forum Activity

help forum

RE: covariates posted by Jeffrey Spielberg on Nov 4, 2017

Forum Activity

help forum

RE: covariates posted by Heena Manglani on Nov 3, 2017

Forum Activity

help forum

RE: covariates posted by Jeffrey Spielberg on Oct 26, 2017