A new version of the IBC-dataset documentation is now available. It includes an improved description of the tasks—namely Clips and Retinotopy—as well as an update on the MRI-sessions information, among others.
The data descriptor of the second release of the IBC dataset has just been published in Scientific Data! Check it out! https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-020-00670-4
A new version of the IBC documentation is out, which includes—among other features—a more complete description of the tasks. Check it out here!
You can now check the IBC poster presented at FENS 2020 Virtual Forum here. The poster summarizes our latest work on individual functional atlasing leveraging the first release of the IBC dataset and it contains a short audio description of the work on display. You can also listen it here.
We will be availabe at the HBP booth of FENS 2020 Virtual Forum to chat about the IBC project, namely any questions about the latest releases of the IBC dataset. Stay tuned with the schedule of the booth!: https://www.humanbrainproject.eu/en/fens2020
We will be presenting a poster about the latest news of the IBC project: #1069 – Individual functional atlasing for cognitive mapping of the human brain. You can (video) chat with us in the afternoon sessions of Monday and Tuesday, 13th and 14th of July, between 14:30 and 16:00. Don’t…
You can still watch/re-watch our presentation at 2020 OHBM ANNUAL MEETING about individual functional atlasing, by leveraging the first release of the IBC dataset, on the virtual platform of the conference. It is available in the oral session Modeling and Analysis: Variability in Brain Activation with the title “Segregation of…
You can now watch/re-watch the talk about the second and third releases of the IBC dataset at 2020 OHBM Open Science SIG here at 2:41:00. To consult the slides, follow this link.
IBC was present at 2020 OHBM ANNUAL MEETING with two poster presentations: 1. “Segregation of functional territories in individual brains” –> check poster here 2. “IBC dataset extension, second release of high-resolution fMRI data for cognitive mapping” –> check poster here
On June 23, we will be presenting the second and third releases of the IBC dataset during the OHBM2020 Open-Science-Room (OSR) event. Our talk will be broadcasted in three different timezones. Check the schedule here. Live Q&A available for the EMEA and Americas timezone hubs. Don’t miss it!