[Neuroimaging] NIBIB at NIH funds Nipype development
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Fri Jan 15 23:00:29 EST 2016
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Live long and prosper Nipype!
On Fri, 15 Jan 2016, Satrajit Ghosh wrote:
> hi all,
> we wanted to announce some fantastic news regarding nipype. we have
> received funding from nibib to support nipype development for the next
> four years starting today. thanks to this grant, we will be able to
> harden, extend, and disseminate nipype and other nipy community projects.
> more importantly, chris and i and a few others will be able to spend a
> chunk of time on nipype.
> the key goals of the project are to improve usability and interactivity,
> introspection of computation, and interoperability with other projects,
> databases, and web-services (neurovault, neurosynth, and others). the
> focus will be on reproducible dataflows in biomedicine. the resources will
> also support additional personnel, an annual workshop, and cloud resources
> for some web services. as soon as we take care of a few administrative
> pieces, we will focus on nipype engineering.
> i do want to thank the extended nipy community for its extensive support
> towards nipype development, maintenance, and adoption over the last 5
> years. we couldn't have gotten to this point without you. we are thrilled
> with the opportunity, very excited about the possibilities, and look
> forward to continued engagement with the community.
> quoting eleftherios: go go team!
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