What’s New in Neuroscience Computing?

By June 12, 2017News

We are excited to showcase the latest in neuroimaging analytics during the upcoming Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) Annual meeting. Vijay Iyer from MathWorks and Michael Perry from Stanford’s CNI will present the latest features from MATLAB and Flywheel, as well as a technical demonstration of the integration between both products.

At Flywheel we are building a collaboration platform for data and compute management. This unique combination of historically differing products into a single research platform will streamline neuroimaging methods development and deployment.  We accomplish this through an easy to use web application combined with the power and flexibility of a suite of Software Development Kits (SDKs) aimed at empowering computational scientists.

Flywheel Components and MATLAB SDK. For more details, visit the Flywheel Platform page.

MATLAB, a popular technical computing language used by many neuroscientists, is building a growing list of neuro-specific communities and tools to support a wide range of research such as brain mapping, behavior psychophysics, and brain-computer interfaces. Join us at OHBM to learn more about new MATLAB features and how Flywheel can help empower you to new discoveries.

After the joint event with MathWorks, I invite you to visit the Flywheel booth for a personalized conversation and product demonstration.  We are making two major feature releases during OHBM.  First is data access and manipulation through SDKs.  Along with the MATLAB SDK, we are releasing the first versions of Python SDK and R SDK.  These SDK implementations are core to our strategy of enabling data analysis and Gear development.  Second, we will be showcasing our Data Explorer feature. This is a powerful, data-centric, facet-driven search engine.

As always, I am very interested in your feedback. So feel free to drop me a line with your thoughts and comments, and register to attend the workshop.