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Teneto

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Temporal network tools.

What is the package

Package includes various tools for analyzing temporal network data. Temporal network measures, temporal network generation, derivation of time-varying/dynamic connectivities, plotting functions.

Some extra focus is placed on neuroimaging data (e.g. compatible with BIDS - NB: currently not compliant with latest release candidate of BIDS Derivatives).

Installation

With pip installed:

pip install teneto

to upgrade teneto:

pip install teneto -U

Requires: Python 3.6+

Installing teneto via pip installs all python package requirements as well.

Documentation

More detailed documentation can be found at teneto.readthedocs.io and includes tutorials.

Outlook

This package is under active development. And a lot of changes will still be made.

Contributers

For a list of contributors to teneto, see: teneto.readthedocs.io

Cite

If using this, please cite us. At present we do not have a dedicated article about teneto, but you can cite the software using the Zenodo DOI and/or the article where teneto is introduced, along with a considerable discussion about many of the measures in teneto:

Thompson et al (2017) "From static to temporal network theory applications to functional brain connectivity." Network Neuroscience, 2: 1. p.69-99 Link

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