This is the 4th edition of the online, freely available textbook, providing a complete, self-contained introduction to the field of Computational Cognitive Neuroscience, where computer models of the brain are used to understand a wide range of cognitive functions, including perception, attention, motor control, learning, memory, language, and executive function.
Neural network simulation software written in Go and Python, for developing biologically-based but also computationally functional neural models. Features an interactive 3D interface for visualizing networks and data, and has many implemented models of a wide range of cognitive phenomena.
EmotiBit is a wearable sensor to capture high-quality emotional, physiological, and movement data from just about anywhere on the body.
Project Author(s) Sean Montgomery
Project Links https://www.emotibit.com/
Project Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbcL2jzyWj4&ab_channel=EmotiBit
KnowledgeSpace aims to be a globally-used, community-based, data-driven encyclopedia for neuroscience that links brain research concepts to data, models, and the literature that support them. Further it aims to serve as a framework where large-scale neuroscience projects can expose their data to the neuroscience community-at-large.
Neurostars is an open source question and answer site that serves the INCF network and the global neuroscience community as a forum for knowledge exchange between neuroscience researchers at all levels of expertise, software developers, and infrastructure providers.
The INCF portal is the guide to the INCF activities and its community resources.
INCF advances data reuse and reproducibility in brain research by coordinating the development of Open, FAIR, and Citable tools and resources for neuroscience
TrainingSpace is an online hub that aims to make neuroscience educational materials more accessible to the global neuroscience community developed by the Training and Education Committee composed of members from the INCF network, HBP, SfN, FENS, IBRO, IEEE, BD2K, and iNeuro Initiative.
Open Source Brain, a platform for sharing, viewing, analyzing, and simulating standardized models from different brain regions and species.
Model structure and parameters can be automatically visualized and their dynamical properties explored through browser-based simulations.
DIPY is the paragon 3D/4D+ imaging library in Python. Contains generic methods for spatial normalization, signal processing, machine learning, statistical analysis and visualization of medical images. Additionally, it contains specialized methods for computational anatomy including diffusion, perfusion and structural imaging.