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Reply To: fMRI Replicability Depends Upon Sufficient Individual-Level Data

Benjamin O Turner et al. Commun Biol.

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Fig. 1
Replicability estimates at N = 23. Metrics correspond to those used in Nee, conservative thresholds
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Fig. 2
Scatterplots showing replicability (unthresholded, Fisher-transformed) as a function of the square root of the number of trials (T), the square root of the number of participants (N), the mean within-participant similarity across runs (ws), and the mean between-participant similarity marginalized w.r.t. within-participant similarity (bs⊥ws). Gray + show the raw values of all variables, while black ○ show the residuals (centered on the original mean) of each variable w.r.t. the remaining three variables

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