INCF Assembly 2022 - Day 3 Sessions
In this half-hour lesson, three quick talks are given around current tools for data curation, management, and sharing.
Today’s (neuro)scientific computing landscape depends more than ever on selecting, combining, and implementing a range of tools and technologies for each specific use case. For decades, neuroscience users have turned to MATLAB as an integration environment for pioneering and innovative small-scale studies. This lesson consists of a brief talk outlining how MATLAB integrates with today's powerful tools and technologies.
This workshop will present and compare a series of neuroinformatics tools for performing feature extraction and advanced brain-wide distribution analysis in an atlas context. Attendees will be guided through use cases demonstrating how the tools can be used in different contexts and for different purposes.
This workshop focuses on the problem of unambiguously and rigorously declaring where a probe or other manipulator is placed in the brain, so that it can be understood by humans or machines. We will hear about solutions that have been developed in highly used model organisms like the mouse, and hear about cross-species ontologies that have been developed. The goal of the workshop is to spread best practices and to identify needed digital infrastructure so that it may be developed.