Using the Brain Imaging Data Structure (BIDS) to organise and analyse data

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Webinar , Online
20 April, at 13:00–14:00

Illustration of neural connections in the brain.

Brain imaging experiments generate large and complex datasets. A consensus on how to organise, process, and share data has been lacking. The Brain Imaging Data Structure (BIDS) is a community-based standard for data and metadata from brain imaging. The BIDS format has spawned an ecosystem encompassing data sharing and apps for validation, processing, and analysis.

This webinar will present the BIDS standard, extensions for different imaging modalities, and give examples of BIDS apps and workflows. There will be a presentation of 20 minutes, followed by a Q&A session for 40 minutes.

The webinar is organised by Gustav Nilsonne, SND domain specialist for medical research and associate professor of neuroscience.

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When: 20 April, 13.00–14.00 CET

Where: The webinar takes place online via Zoom. Participate via this link.

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