Software and Data Processing
MRI and fMRI
Freesurfer: FreeSurfer is a set of tools for the automated analysis of neuroimaging data. This includes the construction of surface models as well as detailed anatomical segmentations and high-resolution inter-subject registration.
GLM Flex: GLM Flex is a set of second-level neuroimaging analysis scripts written as an alternative to the stock SPM8 utilities.
OrthoView: OrthoView is a MATLAB-based Orthogonal Slice Viewer designed for looking at fMRI results, with some extra bells and whistles for second-level analyses performed with GLM_Flex.
NITRC Generalized PPI Toolbox: An automated toolbox for a generalized form of psychophysiological interactions for SPM and FSFAST.
NITRC peak_nii: Statistical image clustering, peak detection and data extraction.
optseq2: optseq2 is a tool for automatically scheduling events for rapid-presentation event-related (RPER) fMRI experiments (the schedule is the order and timing of events).
Homer2: Homer2 is a set of matlab scripts used for analyzing fNIRS data to obtain estimates and maps of brain activation.
iso2mesh: iso2mesh is a matlab-based meshing toolbox. It can create 3D tetrahedral finite element (FE) mesh from iso-surfaces and 3D binary volumetric images such as thresholded MRI/CT scans.
Metch: Metch can be used to register the surface mesh created from iso2mesh toolbox.
Monte Carlo eXtreme: Monte Carlo eXtreme (MCX) is Monte-Carlo simulation software for modeling photon migration in 3D turbid media.
Mesh-based Monte Carlo (MMC): Mesh-based Monte Carlo is a Monte Carlo (MC) solver for photon migration in 3D turbid media.
MNE: MNE is a software package for processing magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroencephalography (EEG) data.
Neural Spike Train Analysis Tool (nSTAT): The Neural Spike Train Analysis Toolbox for Matlab provides an open-source, object-oriented implementation of methods for neural encoding and decoding analyses. Further information can be found here: Cajigas I, Malik WQ, Brown EN. nSTAT: Open-source neural spike train analysis toolbox for Matlab. J Neurosci Meth. 2012;211(2):245-64. PMCID: PMC3491120.