BrainMap Research Workshop

A Meta-Analytic Network Modeling Workshop will be held on Tuesday February 19 2019 at The Arc @ NTU.
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BrainMap

The goal of BrainMap is to develop software and tools to share neuroimaging results and enable meta-analysis of studies of human brain function and structure in health and disease. The aim of this workshop, conducted by the BrainMap research team, is to provide theoretical understanding and hands-on skills in the utility of BrainMap to help you answer important questions about brain structure and function.

Meta-Analytic Research

Coordinate-based meta-analyses (CBMA) mine the large and rapidly growing literature using standardized coordinates to report neural effects of task performance, functional and structural alterations in neuropsychiatric disorders, and treatment effects.

The BrainMap® databases and software tools (Scribe, Sleuth and GingerALE) collectively form a widely used, comprehensive environment for CBMA and modeling of functional and structural neuroimaging results.

Mango® is a software package for visualization, analysis, and data-driven interpretation (anatomical, behavioral and diagnostic) of meta-analytic and primary neuroimaging data.

Materials

All attendees should bring a laptop computer pre-loaded with the BrainMap suite of tools and training materials. Software manuals, video tutorials and example data are available for download.

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