Figure 2.

Discrimination of tasks based on global topological properties. The first column of data points corresponds to the small visual cue task, the second to the auditory cue, and the third to the large visual cue in all panels. The upper row corresponds to female subjects, and the lower one to males. (A) Total number of nodes. (B) Mean degree of the networks. (C) Normalized mean path for each network. Observe the inverted V shape in 5 out of the 6 subjects, such that the normalized mean path of the auditory cue task is consistently larger than that of both visual cue tasks.

Cecchi et al. BMC Cell Biology 2007 8(Suppl 1):S5   doi:10.1186/1471-2121-8-S1-S5