Within-subject edge importance

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    Dear Braph Community,

    What kind of statistics does Braph have for within-subject comparisons?
    Where, each subject has a connectome and I am interested in the most significant edges of the connetome within subjects.

    Thank you.

    Mite Mijalkov

    Hi Shrikanth,

    Thank you for using Braph. Braph uses an FDR correction, which can indicate which edges remain significant after correcting for multiple comparisons. Additionally, one could visualize the subject matrices and check which edges have the strongest weight.

    However, as there are many different methods published in the literature regarding selection of most important edges, we implemented Braph 2.0 in a way that would allow you to easy implement any method you prefer. We would be happy to guide you through the process of implementing any method that you think can be best utilized in your research.

    Best wishes,


    Hi Mite,

    Sorry for the late reply. I was travelling.

    Thank you for the information. The FDR correction approach sounds good. Does Braph also have any permutation based statistics in the pipeline?

    For now, could you please guide me on how to go about with the statistics in this case using FDR approach.


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