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[NITRC Community • Sep 16 • no comments]

NITRC Computational Environment Costs?

Hopefully, everyone is aware of the NITRC Computational Environment, NITRC-CE, an on-demand, cloud based computational virtual machine pre-installed with popular NITRC neuroimaging tools built using NeuroDebian. See for...

[NITRC Community • Sep 12 • no comments]

NITRC v2.1.19 Released

We are pleased to announce the release of NITRC v2.1.19. This release supports NITRC tool connections to neurolex and introduces other project administration and Computational Environment bug fixes and enhancements. Full release notes can be found...

[NITRC Community • Sep 10 • no comments]

New deadline for the Alzheimer's Disease Sage Challenge!

We have extended the Alzheimer's Disease Sage/DREAM Challenge #1 submission period to October 17th -- Time to enter!!Synapse:syn2290704 Of particular interest to the members of this mailing list is subchallenge 3, which...

[Mango • Sep 8 • no comments]

Mango version 3.2.5 Released

Mango version 3.2.5 has been released! - Download: - New in this version: http://

[NITRC Community • Sep 4 • no comments]

fMRI Image Acquisition and Analyses Course

The Mind Research Network's fMRI Image Acquisition and Analyses Course: October 16-18, 2014 Course Faculty include: Dr. Kent A. Kiehl: the Mind Research Network and the University of New Mexico Dr. Vince D. Calhoun: the Mind Research Network...

[TurtleSeg • Sep 2 • no comments]

TurtleSeg 1.30 released!

We are happy to announce the release of TurtleSeg version 1.30, with improved DICOM loading support (scan directories for all DICOM volumes, view DICOM volume information quickly before opening, handle extension-less DICOM files), improved error handling...

[NITRC Community • Aug 28 • no comments], a Q&A site for neuroscience is a stackoverflow-like system to engage the Neuroinformatics and neurosciences communities. Initially conceived by Istvan Albert's highly successful BioStar website within the Bioinformatics community: This...

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