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I am a cognitive neuroscientist based in Oslo, Norway, who works at the Center for Lifespan Changes in Brain and Cognition. I am passionate about cognitive neuroscience, teaching people the benefits of using R, and equalizing gender diversity in the R-community (and in data science) through RLadies-Oslo.
This package is developed with co-worker Didac Vidal Pineiro, whose had the whole idea.
This package is meant to use for visualizing brain segmentations, often referred to as brain atlases. Click the eye below to see a demonstration of the package.
It is also ready to install using devtools in R, directly from github.
There is currently a lack of tools for visualising results from MRI analyses in R, most packages call an external command to open a viewer in another program. There is, however, advantages to visualise directly from R, among other increased understanding of the underlying data.
In this project, tentatively called visMRI, the idea is to create a shiny instance that will function as a viewer for MRI results. Ultimately, I hope to launch something that might be used on a
.feat folder from FSL
By the marvellous idea and contribution of a colleague, I also hope to incorporate his code for Freesurfer’s
My current local time is .