[Neuroimaging] Paper on Python in brain imaging education

Gael Varoquaux gael.varoquaux at normalesup.org
Fri Dec 11 04:47:05 EST 2020

Cool :).

Thanks for the link. I think that by now, Python is well established in
brain imaging.

On Thu, Dec 10, 2020 at 11:01:33AM +0000, Matthew Brett wrote:
> Hi,

> I just came across this paper:

> https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/9066431

> X. Zhang, J. Huang, Y. Yang, X. He, R. Liu and N. Zhong, "Applying
> Python in Brain Science Education," 2019 International Joint
> Conference on Information, Media and Engineering (IJCIME), Osaka,
> Japan, 2019, pp. 396-400, doi: 10.1109/IJCIME49369.2019.00086.

> >From the abstract:

> """
> Python and its powerful technology ecosystem provide support for the
> teaching and practice of brain science. In this paper, the related
> resources in the Python ecosystem of neuroimaging technologies were
> used as teaching and practice materials. This article discussed how to
> use Python and corresponding development tools to complete
> neuroimaging data preprocessing, functional connectivity analysis,
> multivoxel pattern analysis, and searchlight analysis in brain science
> teaching, and the corresponding practice processes were also
> demonstrated with examples.
> """

> Nibabel does a star turn, as does NiLearn.

> Cheers,

> Matthew
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    Gael Varoquaux
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