Colored lines represent a strong positive correlation R value between 0.6 (blue) to 1.0 (red). (A–D): correlation maps of an SC (A), EC (B), HAW (C) and REMS (D) bout from narcoleptic mouse LR02082418. (E–G): correlation maps of an NREMS (E), AW (before odor exposure, (F) and REMS (G) bout from control mouse LR04101618. Ca2+ signal intensity (ΔF/F Z-score) plots of corresponding brain states were placed on the bottom left of each panel. There were discernible dissociations between intensity (Z-score) and correlations R values. For instance, HAW bout in (C) had the highest Z-scores while had the least correlation lines, leaving many cells unconnected. (H): the summary of the average ZR (corrected R) trends of both groups during various brain states. Overall, narcoleptic mice had significantly lower ZR than the control group mice during undisturbed sleep/wake states. However, this low ZR status was abruptly reversed during cataplexy. ZR during SC was back to wild type level while ZR during EC went far higher than the wild type level. #: p<0.05 as compared to narcoleptic mice. *: p<0.01 as compared to other states of narcoleptic mice. **: p<0.001 as compared to other states of both groups. EC-ON, SC-ON and REMS-ON cells were circled red, purple and blue, respectively.