|Dec 5-6-7, 2022||Register|
The main goal is to educate neuroscientists about the benefits of the brain imaging data structure (BIDS) and in particular PET-BIDS, using the newly developed PET2BIDS library, and see how we can improve the educational material so you can go home use the tool, and help others too. We are also eager to learn from each other on what data processing is carried and what you would want to see shared as derivatives, what tools you are missing, helping you and each other in our work. During the unconference, any other project involving PET or multimodal imaging (PET + anything) is also very welcome and we are looking forward to see how to work together integrating information among approaches.
Wednesday 7th is a train track day: git/github, datalad and PETsurfer (yes more PET stuff).
Our brainhack session focuses on projects around BIDS and hacking your PET and multimodal data using an unconference style approach.
YOU CAN SUBMIT YOUR PROJECT AS AN ISSUE
- About BrainHack
- An Intro to Git and GitHub for Beginners
- More github resources
- DataLad handbook
- PET surfer
Brainhack is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. People attending the Boston location must also abide by MGH’s COVID policies.
- Cyril Pernet:
cyril.pernet [at] nru.dk(Copenhagen coordinator)