The Cerebellar Platform is a digital research archives for the cerebellar research. Available resources include mini-reviews of contemporary cerebellar research, list of papers and mathematical models for cerebellar operation.
The Invertebrate Brain Platform (IVB PF) integrates experimental data, mathematical models, and research tools relevant to the study of invertebrate brains, neurons, and behavior.
The Debian Neuroscience repository provides mostly neuroscience-related packages to be used on Debian systems (or Debian-derivatives like Ubuntu).
The NeuroImaging Platform collects information about neuroimaging research and provides them to researchers all over the world. You can access bibliographic information of text book and peer reviewed journal papers. For practical purposes, programs to present the stimuli, analysis software, and raw data in neuroimaging experiments with various methods such as functional MRI (fMRI), MEG, and NIRS are also included.
- Publicize and archive models and related data and tools regarding Neuron-Glia functions. (Visitors can only browse and download limited items. Need to register as a user to submit and download items.)
- Provide workspace for sharing models, data, tools and memos privately among group members of registered users. (Need to register as a user to do this. Upon e-mailed request to the administrator, a group of users will be established.)
NeuroTools is a set of tools written in Python to manage, store and analyze simulations. NeuroTools provides modules to facilitate simulation setup, parameterization and instrumentation, and data management, analysis and visualization. The data-related tools are equally suited to analysis of experimental data, although that is not the primary motivation for their development.
The Neuroimaging Informatics Tools and Resources Clearinghouse facilitates the finding and comparison of neuroimaging resources for fMRI and related structural analyses. Individuals can contribute their own tools and resources. NITRC also hosts a number of datasets, most notably the 1000 Functional Connectomes resting state fMRI project.