COORDINATE-BASED META-ANALYTIC SEARCH FOR THE SPM NEUROIMAGING PIPELINE: The BredeQuery plugin for SPM5
Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2009
Large amounts of neuroimaging studies are collected and have changed our view on human brain function. By integrating multiple studies in meta-analysis a more complete picture is emerging. Brain locations are usually reported as coordinates with reference to a specific brain atlas, thus some of the databases offer so- called coordinate-based searching to the users (e.g. Brede, BrainMap). For such search, the publications, which relate to the brain locations represented by the user coordinates, are retrieved. In this paper we present BredeQuery – a plugin for the widely used SPM5 data analytic pipeline. BredeQuery offers a direct link from SPM5 to the Brede Database coordinate-based search engine. BredeQuery is able to ‘grab’ brain location coordinates from the SPM windows and enter them as a query for the Brede Database. Moreover, results of the query can be displayed in an SPM window and/or exported directly to some popular bibliographic file formats (BibTeX, Reference Manager, etc).
|Title of host publication||HEALTHINF 2009 : Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Health Informatics|
|Place of publication||Portugal|
|Publisher||Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication|
|Conference||International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies 2009 : HEALTHINF 2009|
|Period||01/01/09 → …|
- SPM, fMRI, PET, neuroinformatics, Talairach, MNI, brain region, brain function, brain activity, article re- trieval, coordinate-based search, bibtex, Brede Database, ontology
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