NIH Blueprint: The Human Connectome Project

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Project News,Recommended Reading,The Science of Connectome | August 26, 2016

Nature Neuroscience: “The Human Connectome Project’s neuroimaging approach”

Published today in Nature Neuroscience is a primer on the Human Connectome Project’s style of data collection, processing, analysis, and open-access distribution. “The Human Connectome Project’s neuroimaging approach” Nature Neuroscience 19, 1175–1187 (2016) doi:10.1038/nn.4361 The data for this study has been uploaded to the BALSA database as Connectome Workbench-compatible scene files for interactive viewing and […]

Posted by Jenn Elam @ 9:34 am

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Connectome Workbench v1.2.3 Released

We are pleased to announce version 1.2.3 of Connectome Workbench (WB) brain visualization and analysis software is now available for 64-bit Mac OSX, Windows, and Linux at: The Workbench distribution includes wb_view, a GUI-based visualization platform, and wb_command, a command-line program for performing a variety of algorithmic tasks using volume, surface, and grayordinate data. […]

Posted by Jenn Elam @ 8:49 am

Press Releases,Project News,Recommended Reading,The Science of Connectome | July 20, 2016

Nature article: Cortical brain maps at the highest resolution to date

Major new work based on Human Connectome Project data and methods published in July 20 issue of Nature promises to be a boon to neuroanalysis research for years to come. The study, A multi-modal parcellation of human cerebral cortex, led by Matthew Glasser and David Van Essen of Washington University, used information derived from structural […]

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