INCF Japan Node (J-Node) OpenNeuro Repository is a new database of INCF Japan-Node. J-Node OpenNeuro Repository archives a variety types of supplemental materials that support your neuroscientific studies that have been published in peer-reviewed academic journals and/or conference proceedings. The repository aims at ensuring transparency and accelerating neuroscience researches. Examples of such materials include experimental (raw) data, including electrophysiological data, imaging data, and genomic data, that have been analyzed in your articles, and/or computer program codes used for your data analysis or numerical simulations for computational neuroscience. PPT-like presentation documents that illustrates outcomes/finding of your studies in your published articles would also be such materials that we try to archive in this repository. A simple workflow to register your materials/contents is provided by the repository. We welcome a new registration from you.
Neuroinformatics Unit has published “INCF Japan Node PF Report 2018.7 version”.
It has the summary of all PF’s activities of 2017 and their latest activity information.
You can enter the publication page from the header menu, "Resources / Publication", or from the top page banner at the J-Node portal.
J-Node Hackathon 2018 September will be held on September 4 and 21-23 at Wako and Shonan, respectively.
This event aims collaboration, promotion and standardization of neuroscience databases.New ideas and suggestions by participants are welcome.
Deadline for participation registration is August 20th, 2018.
INCF Japan Node participates in the exhibition at Neuroscience 2018, Kobe Convention Center on July 26-28, 2018. The exhibition includes demonstration of recent activities of INCF Japan Node Platforms and Brain/MINDS.
Date & Time: July 26 (Thursday)-28(Saturday) 2018, 10:00-17:00
Place: Booth No.10, Kobe International Exhibition Hall, No.2 1F
A colleague of Dr. Kanzaki, the chairperson of CNS-PF won the 32nd Advanced Technology Award “The Prize of the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology”. Please see the following message from Dr. Kanzaki.