Last month, Open Knowledge Foundation featured an article about the Neuroscience Experiments System Frictionless Tool, also known as NES, a tool developed by the Technology Transfer team of RIDC NeuroMat.
The post was part of a series of articles showcasing projects developed during the 2019 Frictionless Data Tool Fund, which provided four grants of $5,000 to support individuals or organisations in developing an open tool for reproducible research built using the Frictionless Data specifications and software. This grant was part of the Frictionless Data for Reproducible Research project, funded by the Sloan Foundation.
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