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/”