Reading and displaying standardised neuroimaging results in a user-friendly environment

Abstract : There is increased interest in the neuroimaging community to record data provenance, i.e. all steps leading to the creation of a dataset, in order to improve transparency and reproducibility of studies. The NIDM-Results specification provides a software-independent standardised format for representing neuroimaging results. But currently, there is no mechanism to read this format from the standard neuroimaging tools. Here, we introduce an NIDM-Results viewer for SPM, publically available at: https://github.com/incf-nidash/nidmresults-spmhtml
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Thomas Maullin-Sapey, Guillaume Flandin, Camille Maumet, Thomas Nichols. Reading and displaying standardised neuroimaging results in a user-friendly environment. West Midlands Health Informatics Network annual conference, Jan 2017, Coventry, United Kingdom. ⟨inserm-01571689⟩

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