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Issues & recommendations from the OHBM COBIDAS MEEG committee for reproducible EEG & MEG research.

Link to paper on Nature Neuroscience

 

Authors

Cyril Pernet, Marta I. Garrido, Alexandre Gramfort, Natasha Maurits, Christoph M. Michel, Elizabeth Pang, Riitta Salmelin, Jan Mathijs Schoffelen, Pedro A. Valdes-Sosa & Aina Puce

 

Abstract

The Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) has been active in advocating for the instantiation of best practices in neuroimaging data acquisition, analysis, reporting & sharing of both data & analysis code to deal with issues in science related to reproducibility & replicability.

Here we summarize recommendations for such practices in magnetoencephalographic (MEG) & electroencephalographic (EEG) research, recently developed by the OHBM neuroimaging community known by the abbreviated name of COBIDAS MEEG.

We discuss the rationale for the guidelines & their general content, which encompass many topics under active discussion in the field.

We highlight future opportunities & challenges to maximizing the sharing & exploitation of MEG & EEG data, & we also discuss how this ‘living’ set of guidelines will evolve to continually address new developments in neurophysiological assessment methods & multimodal integration of neurophysiological data with other data types.

 

Keywords
  • Electroencephalography – EEG

  • Magnetoencephalography

  • Neuroscience

  • Publishing

 

 

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