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Hackathon 1

Agenda of the first NWB hackathon with link to presentations

Hackathon 1

 
To help consolidate ideas for the standard format a hackathon, was held November 20 – 22, 2014 at Janelia Farm, in Ashburn, Virginia. The agenda for the hackathon is available here. Presentations made at the hackathon are listed below, along with links to the slides which are available.
 
Speaker Title
Jim Berg Introduction to the "in vitro single cell characterization pipeline  (slides)
Shawn Olsen Introduction to the Cortical Activity Map: Behavior and Optical Imaging
Tim Blanche Requirements for large scale in vivo electrophysiology (slides)
Hiroki Asari  Meister Lab data (slides)
Simon Peron Svoboda lab ephys & ophys data (slides)
Adrien Peyrache Buzsaki lab data (slides)
Ken Harris Suggestions for a common file format for neurophysiology (slides)
Cyrille Rossant  KWIK format (slides)
Keith Godfrey Allen Institute HDF5 format (slides)
Simon Peron Svoboda lab data format
Thomas Wachtler Requirements for Efficient Data Management in Neurophysiology (slides)
Christian Kellner NIX - Comprehensive Storage of Neuroscience Data and Metadata (slides)
Oliver Ruebel An introduction to the LBNL BRAIN format (slides)
Matt Stead MEF Format
Václav Papež EEG/ERP portal (slides)
Michael Denker Utilizing e-phys data and metadata in the Neo framework (slides)
Shreejoy Tripathy The metadata problem in electrophysiology: insights from literature text-mining and electronic lab notebooks (slides)
Jeremy Freeman Data formats for large-scale exploratory analytics (slides)
Josh Siegle Open Ephys (slides)
Michaël Zugaro A couple notes on file formats (slides)
Justin Kiggins  Behavioral annotations for neuroscience experiments (Slides)
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