[Neuroimaging] New to coding, looking for ways to practice and improve
kw401 at cam.ac.uk
Mon Nov 13 04:00:44 EST 2017
I think your best bet is to join the Brainhack slack group:
You can find out more about Brainhack here: http://www.brainhack.org/ but
in brief we're a community of neuroimagers who want to improve the state of
the science by building new open tools that can be used and improved by
The different channels in the slack team are different projects, many of
which are written in python. I'd recommend writing a little introduction in
the general channel (like your intro here) and asking if there are any
projects currently looking for contributors.
On 12 November 2017 at 14:30, Juan Jesús Torre Tresols <
juanjesustorre at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, members of the Python neuroimaging community.
> I'm a graduate student of neuropsychology/neuroscience with experience in
> magnetoencephalography (MEG) data collection and analysis.
> As I'm currently unemployed and looking for a PhD vacancy related to
> neuroimaging, I started to learn Python in order to improve my curriculum.
> Now that I have finished learning the basics of the language, I started
> looking for applications or projects to further develop my programming
> I would like to ask you for guidance, since I'm new to programming and I
> don't really know what can I do or cannot do with Python, or what type of
> personal goals I can set for myself in order to continue learning. I really
> enjoyed learning Python, and I would like to put it to use in something
> related to neuroimaging.
> Thank you very much for your time,
> Juan Jesús Torre Tresols
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