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Figure 2. From: Provenance in Neuroimaging.

Pipeline Module Definition. A screen capture of a LONI Pipeline module definition for the Alignlinear (AIR 5.2.5) executable.

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Figure 5. From: Provenance in Neuroimaging.

A Non-linear Alignment Workflow. A screen capture of a LONI Pipeline workflow for the non-linear alignment of two images.

Allan J. MacKenzie-Graham, et al. Neuroimage. ;42(1):178-195.
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Figure 7. From: Provenance in Neuroimaging.

Complex Heterogeneous Pipeline. A screen capture of a complex, heterogeneous LONI Pipeline workflow demonstrating that any number of executables can be described in the Pipeline and therefore represented by the provenance schema.

Allan J. MacKenzie-Graham, et al. Neuroimage. ;42(1):178-195.
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Figure 1. From: Provenance in Neuroimaging.

Provenance Editor. A screen capture of the Provenance Editor demonstrating a subset of the information extracted from a DICOM header file and a number of user modifiable tags.

Allan J. MacKenzie-Graham, et al. Neuroimage. ;42(1):178-195.
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Figure 3. From: Provenance in Neuroimaging.

An Independent Components Analysis Workflow. A screen capture of a LONI Pipeline workflow for the calculation of the independent components of a series of BOLD images.

Allan J. MacKenzie-Graham, et al. Neuroimage. ;42(1):178-195.
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Figure 6. From: Provenance in Neuroimaging.

Different Compilation Options Yield Different Results. A, A T2-weigthed mouse brain image that has been aligned to a minimum deformation atlas using workflow C. The lower right panel shows the intensity distribution of the image. The scale is 105 voxels. B, The difference between panels A and C rendered in false color to highlight differences. The lower right panel shows the intensity distribution of the image. The scale is 105 voxels. C, A T2-weigthed mouse brain image that has been aligned to a minimum deformation atlas using workflow D. The lower right panel shows the intensity distribution of the image. The scale is 105 voxels.

Allan J. MacKenzie-Graham, et al. Neuroimage. ;42(1):178-195.
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Figure 4. From: Provenance in Neuroimaging.

Different Architectures Yield Different Results. A, The result of an independent components analysis of a series of BOLD functional MRI brain images using workflow A. The lower right panel shows the intensity distribution of the image. The scale is 105 voxels. B, The difference between images A and C rendered in false color to highlight differences. The lower right panel shows the intensity distribution of the image. The scale is 105 voxels. C, The result of an independent components analysis of a series of BOLD functional MRI brain images using workflow B. The lower right panel shows the intensity distribution of the image. The scale is 105 voxels.

Allan J. MacKenzie-Graham, et al. Neuroimage. ;42(1):178-195.

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