Data Sharing for Computational Neuroscience

  title={Data Sharing for Computational Neuroscience},
  author={Jeffrey L. Teeters and Kenneth D. Harris and K. Jarrod Millman and Bruno A. Olshausen and Friedrich T. Sommer},
Computational neuroscience is a subfield of neuroscience that develops models to integrate complex experimental data in order to understand brain function. To constrain and test computational models, researchers need access to a wide variety of experimental data. Much of those data are not readily accessible because neuroscientists fall into separate communities that study the brain at different levels and have not been motivated to provide data to researchers outside their community. To foster… CONTINUE READING
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