06 Oct 20. Featured Paper
Issues & recommendations from the OHBM COBIDAS MEEG committee for reproducible EEG & MEG research.
Link to paper on Nature Neuroscience
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
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.
Electroencephalography – EEG
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