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[NITRC Community • Sep 18 • no comments]

Reproducible Neuroimaging Training Workshop

ReproNim Training Workshop: Nov 10 full day - Nov 11 morning - George Washington University Register and information at: ​https://tinyurl.com/repronim-sfn17 Purpose: The issue of lack of reproducibility has been described in several scientific...

[NITRC Community • Sep 14 • no comments]

NITRC v2.1.35 Released

We are pleased to announce the release of NITRC v2.1.35. This release focused on a number of smaller issues, improving front-end usability as well as interoperability with other systems. Of particular note are adding TR and field strength to NITRC-IR...

[NITRC Community • Sep 11 • no comments]

Software Carpentry at the SfN Meeting

Software Carpentry (https://software-carpentry.org/) is a non-profit volunteer organization whose members teach researchers computing skills. On November 9th-10th INCF will hold a two-day Software Carpentry workshop at the George Washington University...

[Mayo Clinic Adult Lifespan Template and Atlases • Sep 5 • no comments]

MCALT v1.1 Release

This release adds two new atlases defined in MCALT space: 1) MCALT_GlobalPiB, which is used to define amyloid-positivity from amyloid PET scans 2) MCALT_pathologyAtlas, which is used for correlation of imaging and pathologic findings. This atlas...

[Anima • Aug 28 • no comments]

Anima v2.2 released

Version 2.2 of Anima, a set of ITK/VTK based libraries and multi-platform command line tools for medical image analysis (image registration, EPI distortion correction, statistical analysis, diffusion imaging, quantitative MRI processing, image denoising...

[NITRC Community • Aug 14 • no comments]

We heard you: NITRC-IR and NITRC-CE have dedicated spaces!

NITRC's Enhanced Services which comprised of the NITRC Image Repository data commons, and NITRC Computational Environment virtual environment, have become sufficiently data intensive that our focus groups suggested dedicated space for collaboration from...

[The Grid Code Analysis Toolbox (GridCAT) • Jul 21 • no comments]

GridCAT publication

More information about the GridCAT and a demonstration of its key features, together with a detailed review of grid code analysis methods, can now be found in the following publication: Stangl, M.*, Shine, J.*, & Wolbers, T. (2017). The GridCAT:...

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