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Fig. 4

From: Griottes: a generalist tool for network generation from segmented tissue images

Fig. 4

a Reconstruction of the zebrafish telencephalon from a data table. Colors represent the different cell types entered in the table by the user. b Network construction with Griottes from a point-cloud using the Delaunay construction rule. c Degree distribution of cells composing the zebrafish telencephalon after the network construction using the Delaunay rule. d Composition of the zebrafish telencephalon: a vast majority of the cells are GFAP+/PCNA−. e From the network representation of the tissue we can extract clusters of any given cell type (left). Distribution of PCNA+ cluster sizes for clusters of two cells or more (right). f Percentage of cells that belong to a cluster of their cell type of size larger than 2. All GFAP+/PCNA− cells are connected and belong to the same cluster. Conversely, a majority of GFAP+/PCNA− and GFAP+/PCNA+ cells aren’t connected to any other cell of the same type

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