(A) Distribution of the r’s of the Spearman’s correlation between the subject-specific transition matrices and structural connectomes. The black diamond represent the r’s of the group-averaged matrices. On the left, the results for the Automated Anatomical Labeling (AAL) atlas; on the right, the results for the Desikan–Killiany–Tourville (DKT) atlas. Green, purple, and orange dots represent results obtained with a z-score threshold of 2.5, 3, and 3.5, respectively. (B, C) Data referring to the AAL atlas in (B) and DKT atlas in (C). On the top left, the average structural matrix; on the bottom left, the average transition matrix. The scatterplot shows the correlation between the values of the structural edges and the transition probabilities for the corresponding edge. The black line represents the best fit line in the least-square sense. On the right, the distribution shows the r’s derived from the null distribution. The dotted blue line represents the observed r. Please note that, for visualization purposes, the connectivity weights and the transition probabilities were resampled to normal distributions. Figure 2—figure supplement 1 shows the comparison between the structural connectome and the transition matrix computed by taking into account longer delays. In Supplementary file 1, we report a table with an overview of the results of the frequency-specific analysis.