[FieldTrip] Biomag 2016 Brain Connectivity Analysis Competition
neuro at aewald.net
Sun Jun 19 23:21:11 CEST 2016
[apologies for cross-postings]
we have just launched a data analysis competition on brain connectivity
analysis using EEG and MEG.
Detailed information on the challenge and the data to be analyzed can be
found at http://bbci.de/supplementary/EEGconnectivity/BBCB.html .
At this website, we also offer a basic Matlab-based software framework
for generating EEG/MEG data in a realistic head model, plotting results,
You and your colleagues are warmly invited to participate in the
challenge. Please feel free to pass on this link to anyone else who
might be interested.
Besides active participation we would also be very happy to just hear
your general opinion on the design of the challenge, and about any
suggestions for extension (in the future).
Our challenge is on of three official data analysis competitions of this
year's BIOMAG conference. The invitation to participate in all three
challenges is pasted below for your convenience.
With best wishes,
Arne Ewald and Stefan Haufe
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Subject: [megcommunity] Biomag 2016 Data Analysis Competition
Date: Mon, 30 May 2016 16:56:31 +0200
From: Ole Jensen <ole.jensen at DONDERS.RU.NL>
Reply-To: Ole Jensen <ole.jensen at DONDERS.RU.NL>
To: MEGCOMMUNITY at JISCMAIL.AC.UK
We are happy to announce three challenges for the 'Data Analysis
Competition' at Biomag 2016. Please see details at
The aim of the competitions is to promote the development and
application of new analysis techniques. The challenges will help to
elucidate pros and cons of different techniques and attract experts from
outside the MEG field. The winners of the competition will be given the
opportunity to present their proposal at the Biomag meeting in Seoul
(Oct 1-6) in order to spark discussions on analysis.
Please encourage colleagues to participate!
Prof. dr. Ole Jensen
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