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NMIND: A Proposed New Initiative to Advance Reproducible Research

June 30, 2023

Researchers aim to unite the neuroscience field behind high quality and transparently benchmarked software.

In recent years, research in the neuroimaging field has grown in both scale and complexity. And yet scientists have been frustrated to discover that the robust and validated tools they need aren’t easily accessible. This hinders the ability to reproduce crucial findings and could be a detriment to the neuroscience community.

Researchers at the Child Mind Institute have proposed the NMIND consortium, which includes a tool marketplace that allows researchers to explore and compare data libraries. Its goal is to establish common standards for code quality, testing, documentation, terminology, and dissemination of software tools across the scientific community. Scientists believe that a collaborative model like the NMIND consortium is essential to the advancement of neuroimaging research.

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