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Timothee Jacquesson, Fang-Chang Yeh, Sandip Panesar, Jessica Barrios, Arnaud Attyé, Carole Frindel, Francois Cotton, Paul Gardner, Emmanuel Jouanneau and Juan C. Fernandez-Miranda

according to both MRI acquisition and tracking parameters, such as angle threshold, fractional anisotropy threshold, step size, algorithm, and 3D rendering. 39 Obviously, the neurosurgeon does not need to understand all the subtleties of tractography to use it in a surgical strategy, and therefore advances in computer science are needed to help with postprocessing, such as automation, 5 machine learning, 23 or artificial intelligence. The rendering of tractography is less readable for the neurosurgeon unfamiliar with it. Furthermore, providing an adequate