TODO: paragraph on what templates are, and how they are used. Separate templates (average MRI model)/atlases (average MRI model + anatomical/functional labels).
There are various atlases that are available from the BIC in the MINC format. On the following pages you’ll find an overview of the atlas, methods, a link to view them online, and a download of the atlas.
Software to generate multi-subject non-linear models is here and described in the paper by VS Fonov, AC Evans, K Botteron, CR Almli, RC McKinstry, DL Collins and BDCG, Unbiased average age-appropriate atlases for pediatric studies, NeuroImage, Volume 54, Issue 1, January 2011, ISSN 1053–8119, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.07.033.
TODO: reformat the following atlas/templates:
Avg of 152 T1-weighted MRI scans
27 MRI scans of the same individual
Avg of 305 T1-weighted MRI scans
Avg of 324 children
Avg of 25 PD patients
152 nonlinear 6th generation
152 nonlinear 2009CerebrA – cortical and subcortical Mindboggle 101 labelling on symmetric MNI-ICBM2009c atlas
Fronto-temporal Dementia MNI-FTD
high resolution T1w, T2w,
PDw and tissue probability maps (2008)
|MNI 305 (a.k.a. average305 or avg305)||MRI Atlases 4.5-18.5y
MRI Atlases 0-4.5y
|MNI Average macaque
MNI Rhesus macaque
MNI Cynomolgus macaque
|Average ovine template|