NeuroMat Database

The NeuroMat Database provides an open-access platform for sharing and searching data and metadata generated and collected through NeuroMat’s initiatives such as with brachial plexus avulsion and Parkinson’s disease. The data is anonymized for sensitive information and feed the NeuroMat Database that is publicly available.

The Goalkeeper Game

The Goalkeeper Game is a computer game being developed by the NeuroMat team since June 2015, associated to the experimental protocol being developed with plasticity in brachial plexus avulsion. In this game, brain signatures are evaluated through the performance of the participant in guessing the next direction chosen by the penalty-taker. The system records the sequence of guesses of the player, who must identify the context tree model used by a virtual penalty-taker.

Open Science

In defense of public scientific-data sharing: a NeuroMat op-ed

by Claudia Domingues Vargas and Fabio Kon

NIRA - NeuroMat Individual Report of Activities

The NeuroMat Individual Report of Activities (NIRA) is a system that can be used by Research, Innovation and Dissemination Centers (RIDCs) supported by the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP). Its goal is to assist in preparing the annual report of activities, a document that is submitted annually to FAPESP.

NES - Neuroscience Experiments System

The Neuroscience Experiments System (NES) is an open-source tool being developed by CEPID NeuroMat that aims to assist neuroscience research laboratories in routine procedures for data collection. NES supports the reproducibility of experiments, enables comparison of data across studies, and keeps data provenance. In addition, it promotes standardized formats for experiments and analyses reporting.



The Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center for Neuromathematics is hosted by the University of São Paulo and funded by FAPESP (São Paulo Research Foundation).


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