Open access volumetric atlas based on high resolution MRI and DTI, anchored to both Waxholm Space and stereotaxic space, in ITK-SNAP and MBAT- ready formats.
INCF Products and Services
Together with our collaborators in the INCF Network, we develop and support products and services that facilitate neuroscience research. These tools solve problems such as lack of standards or limitations imposed by incompatibilities between commonly used tools.
Brain Imaging Data Structure (BIDS)
A simple and intuitive way to organize and describe your neuroimaging and behavioral data.
Common Upper Mammalian Brain Ontology (CUMBO)
A reference framework for classifying general mammal nervous system structures.
Computational Neuroscience Ontology (CNO)
The Computational Neuroscience Ontology (CNO) is a controlled vocabulary of terms used in Computational Neurosciences to describe models of the nervous system.
The Connection-set Algebra (CSA) is a formalism for the description of connectivity in neuronal network models. The algebra provides operators to form more complex sets of connections from simpler ones and also provides parameterization of such sets.
KnowledgeSpace is a community encyclopedia that links brain research concepts with data, models, and literature from around the world. It is an open project and welcomes participation and contributions from members of the global research community.
Music is a C++ library implementing an API which allows large scale neuronal network simulators to exchange data during runtime. A typical use case is connecting models developed for different simulators.
Neurodata Without Borders
The aim of Neurodata Without Borders is to standardize neuroscience data on an international scale. The goal is to break down the geographic, institutional, technological and policy barriers that impede the flow of neuroscience data to the scientific community.
Neuroimaging Data Model (NIDM)
The NeuroImaging Data Model (NIDM) is a collection of specification documents and examples that describe an extension to the W3C PROV standard for the domain of human brain mapping.
A dynamic lexicon of terms used in Neuroscience. NeuroLex.org is a freely editable semantic wiki for community-based curation.
NeuroVault is a place where researchers can publicly store and share unthresholded statistical maps, parcellations, and atlases produced by MRI and PET studies.
NineML is a simulator independent language for unambiguous description of spiking neuronal network models that aims to facilitate model sharing, portability, and re-usability.
Ontology for Experimental Neurophysiology (OEN)
The Ontology for Experimental Neurophysiology (OEN) aims to create a common terminology that could support the aggregation of data from different data sharing platforms.
Scalable Brain Atlas
The Scalable Brain Atlas is a fully web-based display engine for brain atlases, imaging data, and ontologies. It allows client websites to show brain region related data in a 3D interactive context and provides services to look up regions, generate thumbnails, or download nomenclature- and delineation data.
Waxholm Space (WHS) is a coordinate-based reference space for the mapping and registration of neuroanatomical data in the mouse brain.