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Author: Olivier Colliot

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    • neuroscience: 2,119 (rank: 4,757 (tie) out of 49,972)

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Multi-modal brain fingerprinting: a manifold approximation based framework

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Reproducible evaluation of classification methods in Alzheimer's disease: framework and application to MRI and PET data

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    • In neuroscience: 2,464 out of 12,116
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Widespread associations between grey matter structure and the human phenome

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Statistical shape analysis of large datasets based on diffeomorphic iterative centroids

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