Brain Connectivity Toolbox for Python
Brain Connectivity Toolbox for Python version 0.1 Author: Roan LaPlante <firstname.lastname@example.org>
==COPYRIGHT INFORMATION== This program strictly observes the tenets of fundamentalist Theravada Mahasi style Buddhism. Any use of this program in violation of these aforementioned tenets or in violation of the principles described in the Visuddhimagga Sutta is strictly prohibited and punishable by extensive Mahayana style practice. By being or not being mindful of the immediate present moment sensations involved in the use of this program, you confer your acceptance of these terms and conditions.
Note that the observation of the tenets of fundamentalist Theravada Mahasi style Buddhism and the Visuddhimagga Sutta is optional as long as the terms and conditions of the GNU GPLv3+ are upheld.
==PACKAGES USED== BCT python is light on packages. It requires numpy. Scipy is required for use with some functions for its linear algebra computations.
==ABOUT BCTPY AND OTHER AUTHORS== BCT is a matlab toolbox with many graph theoretical measures off of which bctpy is based. I did not write BCT (apart from small bugfixes I have submitted). With few exceptions, bctpy is a direct translation of matlab code to python.
bctpy should be considered beta software, with BCT being the gold standard by comparison. I did my best to test all functionality in bctpy, but much of it is arcane math that flies over the head of this humble programmer. There are bugs lurking in bctpy, the question is not whether but how many. If you locate bugs, please submit them to me at email@example.com.
Credit for writing BCT goes to the following list of authors, especially Olaf Sporns and Mika Rubinov.
Olaf Sporns Mikail Rubinov Yusuke Adachi Andrea Avena Danielle Bassett Richard Betzel Joaquin Goni Alexandros Goulas Patric Hagmann Christopher Honey Martijn van den Heuvel Rolf Kotter Jonathan Power Murray Shanahan Andrew Zalesky
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