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October 3 - 5, 2022
The goal of NeuroDataReHack is to train participants to generate new insights from existing neurophysiology data through secondary analysis. The DANDI Archive now has 89+ publicly available neurophysiology datasets, standardized using NWB, including cutting edge data produced by the OpenScope program which has been designed and packaged to enable secondary analysis. In this hackathon, participants will concentrate on reanalyzing existing open datasets to generate new insights. In addition, DANDI compute resources can be used to employ a growing ecosystem of analysis and visualization tools that work natively with NWB. Instructional activities during the hackathon will teach attendees about the open neurophysiology datasets available on the DANDI Archive, how to access and analyze data in the archive, and how to use the NWB standard to incorporate existing data into their scientific workflows.
Virtual satellite event: NWB and DANDI Virtual Data Showcase
We invite you to also attend the NWB and DANDI Virtual Data Showcase on Wednesday, September 28, where data publishers will present their dandisets to anyone interested in reusing the data. We will also have introductory talks about NWB, DANDI, and OpenScope. Anyone is welcome to register for this virtual event, even if you do not plan to go to NeuroDataReHack. NeuroDataReHack participants are required to attend the showcase to prepare for the hackathon. More information and registration will be available soon.