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The CARMEN e-Science pilot project: Neuroinformatics work packages



Smith L, Austin J, Baker S, Borisyuk R, Eglen SJ, Feng J, Gurney K, Jackson T, Kaiser M, Overton P, Panzeri S, Quiroga RQ, Schultz SR, Sernagor E & Smith VA (2007) The CARMEN e-Science pilot project: Neuroinformatics work packages. In: Cox S (ed.) Proceedings of the UK e-Science All Hands Meeting 2007, 10-13 September, Nottingham UK. UK e-Science All Hands Meeting 2007, Nottingham, UK, 10.09.2007-13.09.2007. Edinburgh and Glasgow: University of Edinburgh/University of Glasgow, pp. 591-598.

The CARMEN (Code Analysis, Repository and Modelling for e-Neuroscience) project aims to apply e-Science technology to Neurophysiology to enable the sharing of data resources and the services for processing this data. This paper describes the application oriented services: the companion paper [1] describes the technology underpinning this application. Overall, the CARMEN project is developing a Neuroinformatics resource which will change the way data is processed in experimental Neuroscience by providing archiving and a set of powerful services, supporting collaborative neurophysiology research.

Additional authors: TV Smulders, L Stuart, M Whittington, C Ingram

Publication date30/09/2007
Publication date online30/09/2007
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PublisherUniversity of Edinburgh/University of Glasgow
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Place of publicationEdinburgh and Glasgow
ConferenceUK e-Science All Hands Meeting 2007
Conference locationNottingham, UK

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Professor Leslie Smith

Professor Leslie Smith

Emeritus Professor, Computing Science