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[iBEAT • 6 hours ago • no comments]

Version 2.0 will be released!

The new version will include cross-platform interoperability (e.g., Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X) and increased software flexibility, precision, and robustness. Specifically, for infant segmentation module, the sparse patch-based level sets method (

[HCP WU-Minn Consortium • May 24 • no comments]

Check out Connectome Workbench v1.2.0!

The WU-Minn HCP Consortium is pleased to announce that version 1.2.0 of Connectome Workbench (WB) brain visualization and analysis software is now available at for 64-bit Mac OSX, Windows,...

[Vaa3D and Vaa3D-Neuron • May 20 • no comments]

Vaa3D v3.2 (w TeraFly engine and 130+ plugins) is released

Vaa3D ( version 3.2 for Windows, Mac and Linux has just been released. The new release comes with 130+ plugins / tools for neuroinformatics, Big Data, neuroimaging, etc. It has the powerful built-in TeraFly engine for surfing terabytes...

[HCP WU-Minn Consortium • May 16 • no comments]

Attend the HCP Course 2016 in Boston Aug 28-Sept 1!

We are pleased to announce the 2016 HCP Course: “Exploring the Human Connectome”, to be held August 28-September 1 (Sunday-Thursday) at the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School, in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. This 5-day intensive...

[Single-index Varying Coefficient Model for Functional Responses • May 10 • no comments]

SIVC package update

Please download SIVC at with updates. Thanks!

[NITRC Community • May 4 • no comments]

Dice Similarity Coefficients: how good is good enough?

If you have a method for automatic segmentation (labeling anatomy) of the human brain in MRI scans, you can test it using a ground truth segmentation by calculating the Dice Similarity Coefficient (DSC). But what affects DSCs, and how do you know if...

[NITRC Community • Apr 20 • no comments]

Brain-Art Competition 2016 open for submissions!

In order to recognize the beauty and creativity of artistic renderings emerging from the neuroimaging community, we are launching the sixth annual Brain-Art Competition. Countless hours are devoted to the creation of informative visualizations for...

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