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There two 7 Tesla data sets currently publicly available, bith within the OpenfMRI data collection Here is a link to a 350 GB data set for 20 subjects watching the audio version of Forrest Gump. The authors also have all the scripts available at Github to enable reproduction. The associate publication can be found here. The other 7T data set you allready ...


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Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI for short) may be the technique you are after. It is able to record nerve fibers in MRI images. I couldn't find the specifics you were after, and the subdivision into layers may outrun the resolution of MRI, but it may be a good start. Two references that may get you going on tensor imaging are cited below. Additional, ...



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