Scientists at Baycrest’s Rotman Research Institute have developed innovative analysis and data management software and tools paired with high performance computing to conduct research on aging and brain health. The lab resources below support their research. All data repositories require authentication and access is restricted to authorized users:
- Partial Least Squares (PLS) software is a freeware developed by Dr. Randy McIntosh in collaboration with Dr. Fred Bookstein at the University of Michigan. PLS has proven a robust and relatively intuitive method for extracting distributed signal changes as they relate to task demands, behavior and connectivity between brain regions.
- RRINiD powered by XNAT is a complex web-based system rich in features designed to manage imaging and/or non-imaging data and trigger data analysis pipelines. The system is customized to mirror the RRI labs’ practices and provides support for management and long-term usability and integrity of neuroimaging data.
- SPReD for The Virtual Brain Projects is an XNAT installation for maintaining data archives and processing for The Virtual Brain project.
- SPReD for PURE MRI maintains data archives and distribution of data for the PURE MRI project.
- Experimental XNAT 1.5.3 Machine: An experimental version of XNAT 1.5.3.
- Experimental Advanced SPReD Query Engine (ASQ): A multi-XNAT query system
- High-Performance Computing (HPC)
- CBRAIN Web-Platform
Referral and Assessment forms
If you need access to any of the forms below, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Assessments and Referral forms
- ERP and MEG Presentations
- Recording Words or Sentences
- Sound Database
- TDT Information
- Visual Angle Calculation