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Abstract Dissemination, reuse and sharing of digital resources is technically and culturally challenging in neuroscience particularly in the area of Multi-Electrode Array (MEA) recording. Large, complex datasets are typical, with a heterogeneous range of data and code formats. The CARMEN project (http://www.carmen.org.uk/) aims to enable broad sharing or resources, through provision of a secure, online environment for data analysis, and curation of data, analysis code and experimental protocols.