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hbm22180-sup-0001-SuppFigA.eps5281KSupporting Information Figure A. Individual whole brain ICCwithin values for seed-based Task (depicted by blue open squares) and task-free (depicted by red open circles) fMRI.
hbm22180-sup-0002-SuppFigB.eps5368KSupporting Information Figure B. Between session averaged across subjects overlap values for seed-based Task (depicted by blue open squares) and task-free (depicted by red open circles) fMRI for different supra-threshold voxels (range 10 to 10000 voxels). The x-axis is scaled logarithmically.
hbm22180-sup-0003-SuppFigC.eps5286KSupporting Information Figure C. Between session averaged across all subjects overlap values for seed-based Task (depicted by blue open squares) and task-free (depicted by red open circles) fMRI for different thresholds (0.5-11.5) based on Z-values.
hbm22180-sup-0004-SuppFigD.eps35128KSupporting Information Figure D. The 20 most active motor Task voxels of subjects 2 and 12 for scan sessions one (in red) and two (in blue), rendered on subject's anatomy, in turn resliced in MNI space. Axial slices are shown in neurological orientation (left is left) with the corresponding coordinate on top of each slice. Corresponding Z-values ranged from 13.6 to 19.3 for scan session one, and from 12.1 to 18.7 for scan session two for subject 2. Corresponding Z-values ranged from 12.4 to 16.3 for scan session one, and from 15.9 to 20.5 for scan session two for subject 12.
hbm22180-sup-0005-SuppFigE.eps34842KSupporting Information Figure E. The 50 most active task-free functional connectivity voxels of subjects 2 and 12 for scan sessions one (in red) and two (in blue), rendered on subject's anatomy, in turn resliced in MNI space. Axial slices are shown in neurological orientation (left is left) with the corresponding coordinate on top of each slice. Corresponding Z-values ranged from 24.6 to 29.8 for scan session one, and from 22.9 to 31.2 for scan session two for subject 2. Corresponding Z-values ranged from 13.4 to 29.4 for scan session one, and from 23 to 34.3 for scan session two for subject 12. The highest Z-values are found near the seed region which is included in the figure.

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