Ontologies for neuroscience : what are they and what are they good for ? Stephen

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Current information technology practices in neuroscience make it difficult to understand the organization of the brain across spatial scales. Subcellular junctional connectivity, cytoarchitectural local connectivity, and long-range topographical connectivity are just a few of the relevant data domains that must be synthesized in order to make sense of the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Martone2015OntologiesFN, title={Ontologies for neuroscience : what are they and what are they good for ? Stephen}, author={Maryann E. Martone}, year={2015} }