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Brain networks can be divided into two categories: structural and functional networks. Many studies of neuroscience have reported that the complex brain networks are characterized by small-world or scale-free properties. The identification of nodes is the key factor in studying the properties of networks on the macro-, microor mesoscale in both structural and functional networks. In the study of brain networks, nodes are always determined by atlases. Therefore, the selection of atlases isdoi:10.1007/s40708-015-0009-z pmid:27747502 pmcid:PMC4883160 fatcat:oh4pmoo5tjbpvdfdmqieykch6u