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Conference | Brain
From 2/1/2021 to 2/1/2021
Yann LE PRINCE, Isabelle COURCOL, Sophie HERBST (UNICOG/NeuroSpin/CEA-Joliot) will give a talk on Zoom on January 25th.
Invited by: Florent Meyniel
Open science has become an important goal for the cognitive neuroscience research community, and sharing data publicly is considered good practice, and often required, for instance by funding agencies or journals. The Brain Imaging Data Structure (BIDS) has been developed to unify the formatting and documentation of behavioral and neuroimaging data. Today it is the reference for sharing data between people/labs at Neurospin as well as external collaborators. We will give an overview of the BIDS standard for MRI and MEG, and the tools made available by the community, as well as inside Neurospin, to efficiently transform data and validate the output.
Yann Le Prince will present the BIDS standard for (f)MRI, and tools available in common software packages.Isabelle Denghien will explain how to use the neurospin_to_bids.py script to import MRI data from devices (Trio, Prisma) to create a BIDS dataset. This script allows to import (retrieve data and convert them in nii format), deface T1 (optional) and add all mandatories/optional files which are required by BIDS specifications in the case of MRI data.Sophie Herbst will present the BIDS standard for MEG, and companion tools by MNE python, as well as a joint effort between Neurospin and the MNE Python developers to create a BIDS-based MEG processing pipeline.
Jean-Pierre MOTHET (Université Paris-Saclay, LuMIn Lumière Matière et Interfaces)
Silvia BUNGE (UC Berkeley Psychology)
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.