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Accessible computing platforms democratize neuroimaging data analysis

Several research groups are making it easier for other neuroscientists to analyze large datasets by providing tools that can be accessed and used from anywhere in the world.

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L.Q.U. is supported by R21HD111805 from NICHD and U01DA050987 from NIDA.

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Uddin, L.Q. Accessible computing platforms democratize neuroimaging data analysis. Nat Methods 21, 754–755 (2024). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41592-024-02238-1

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