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The connectivity architecture of the human brain varies across individuals. Mapping functional anatomy at the individual level is challenging, but critical for basic neuroscience research and clinical intervention. Using resting-state functional connectivity, we parcellated functional systems in an "embedding space" based on functional characteristics common across the population, while simultaneously accounting for individual variability in the cortical distribution of functional units. Thedoi:10.1093/cercor/bhv189 pmid:26334050 pmcid:PMC5027997 fatcat:q7r3o2ndbbadxk26nxvw7puh3e