The MNE software to computes cortically-constrained L2 minimum-norm current estimates and associated dynamic statistical parametric maps from MEG and EEG data, optionally constrained by fMRI. This software includes MEG and EEG preprocessing tools, interactive and batch-mode modules for forward and inverse calculations, as well as various data conditioning and data conversion utilities. In addition, MNE Software includes a Matlab toolbox which facilitates access to the fif (functional image file) format data files employed in our software and enables development of custom analysis tools
The development of the MNE software and the analysis methods incorporated in it are supported by the National Center for Research Resources P41 Center for Functional Neuroimaging Technologies (P41RR14075) and National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering grant 1R01EB009048-01.
Important: This software has been designed for research purposes only and has not been reviewed or approved by the Food and Drug Administration or by any other agency. Clinical applications are neither recommended nor advised. The software is provided "as is", is experimental, may contain errors and is subject to further development and revision. The General Hospital Corporation does not guarantee the accuracy of the Software, or of any results or data.
You may not sell, license, distribute, rent, lease, offer on an ASP or service bureau basis, grant a security interest in or otherwise transfer the Software to any third party or use the Software for any commercial purpose.
More details can be found in the License Agreement shown as part of the registration process.
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The latest versions of the MNE software is installed Martinos center computer system for on-site access. Please refer to this page for setup instructions.
Center users can use their normal account login and password to download a personal copy of the software from here.