Towards reproducible brain imaging research

Abstract : Like many areas in scientific research, brain imaging is facing a "reproducibility crisis". This has prompted a shift in focus within the neuroimaging community towards more transparent and open research. In this panel session, we will first introduce current practices in brain imaging research and their limitations. Then, we will discuss reproducibility across neuroimaging tools. Finally, we will review recent efforts by the Committee on Best Practice in Data Analysis and Sharing (COBIDAS) to improve reporting practices. This panel session is composed of three talks discussing neuroimaging reproducibility.
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Camille Maumet, Alexander Bowring, Thomas Nichols. Towards reproducible brain imaging research. West Midlands Health Informatics Network annual conference, Jan 2017, Coventry, United Kingdom. ⟨inserm-01571688⟩

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