Connectome is a work in progress, a non-designated right brain practice focusing on the interconnectedness in different existential scales.
"In 2005, Dr. Olaf Sporns at Indiana University and Dr. Patric Hagmann at Lausanne University Hospital independently and simultaneously suggested the term "connectome" to refer to a map of the neural connections within the brain. This term was directly inspired by the ongoing effort to sequence the human genetic code—to build a genome. Connectomics (Hagmann, 2005) has been defined as the science concerned with assembling and analyzing connectome data sets." Patric Hagmann / From diffusion MRI to brain connectomics