How to cite us
We recommend to cite the tool you are using with the version number and the builddate, because this guarantees full reproducibility. You can find this information here: https://www.neurodesk.org/applications/. It’s also very important to cite the paper of the tool you are using and you find this information in the README.m of each tool, which you can find here (https://github.com/NeuroDesk/neurocontainers/tree/master/recipes) or when opening the application through the menu in Neurodesktop.
You can cite the Neurodesk Preprint (https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.12.23.521691v1) and if you used Neurodesktop you can also add the version that was used (e.g. v20221216).
If you used any EEG/MEG or electrophysiology tools, please link to the AEDAPT website: https://www.aedapt.net/
“TGV QSM (v1.0.0_20210629, Langkammer, C; Bredies, K; Poser, BA; Barth, M; Reishofer, G; Fan, AP; Bilgic, B; Fazekas, F; Mainero; C; Ropele, S. Fast Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping using 3D EPI and Total Generalized Variation. Neuroimage. 2015 May 1;111:622-30. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.02.041) was run in Neurodesk (v20220302, https://www.neurodesk.org/) (Renton, Angela I., Thanh Thuy Dao, David F. Abbott, Saskia Bollmann, Megan E. J. Campbell, Jeryn Chang, Thomas G. Close, et al. “Neurodesk: An Accessible, Flexible, and Portable Data Analysis Environment for Reproducible Neuroimaging.” bioRxiv, December 23, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.12.23.521691)”
“EEGlab (2020.0_20211026, Delorme A & Makeig S (2004) EEGLAB: an open-source toolbox for analysis of single-trial EEG dynamics, Journal of Neuroscience Methods 134:9-21.) was run in Neurodesk (v20220302, https://www.neurodesk.org/) part of the AEDAPT project https://www.aedapt.net/”