In this survey, "brain connectivity" refers broadly to patterns of anatomical links, of statistical dependencies, or of causal interactions between distinct units within the brain.

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* 1. Which organism do you primarily study?

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* 2. Are you an ...

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* 3. Does your research involve study of brain connectivity?

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* 4. Please list sources from which you obtain publicly available brain connectivity data (including publications on connectivity), if any.

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* 5. Do you use or analyze brain connectivity data that is not publically available, e.g., generated by yourself or your collaborators?

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* 6. Please select the levels of brain connectivity analysis involved in your research.

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* 7. Please list the brain connectivity data types involved in your research (e.g., diffusion imaging data, resting state fMRI data, axonal tracing data).

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* 8. What tools do you use to organize publications on brain connectivity or analyze brain connectivity data, if any? If the tools involve visualizations, please also list the types of visualizations that you use frequently.

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* 9. We are developing a web application that assists the user in exploring and analyzing existing connectivity data and publications. How could such an application help your research? What are the most important things that you hope such an application would do?

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