APERTURE NEURO CELEBRATES ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY WITH NEW PUBLISHING PLATFORM AND FIRST PUBLISHED RESEARCH OBJECT
Aperture Neuro (previously Aperture) is excited to announce its first published Research Object and the launch of a new open-source publishing platform, Kotahi (a Coko Community product). Read more.
MRI is ultimately about separating a known but variable signal from highly variable noise. How one does this makes all the difference, and fMRI is particularly challenging since what is signal and what is noise is not always clear as they both vary in time and space. Read more.
AFNI is a major processing package used by brain mapping groups all over the world. It is nearly as old as fMRI itself and has been steadily growing in functionality as the field has evolved. Here we discuss how it all started as well as a few of the challenges of fRI processing that have arisen over the years. Read more.