CARMEN: an e-science virtual laboratory supporting collaboration in neuroinformatics

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CARMEN: an e-science virtual laboratory supporting collaboration in neuroinformatics
Authors: Colin D. Ingram, Paul Watson, Jim Austin, Leslie S. Smith
Citation: BMC Neuroscience 10 (supplement 1) : S4. 2009 September
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DOI: 10.1186/1471-2202-10-S1-S4.
Link(s): http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/1471-2202-10-s1-s4.pdf
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CARMEN: an e-science virtual laboratory supporting collaboration in neuroinformatics is an abstract that describes CARMEN (Code Analysis, Repository and Modeling of e-Neuroscience).

CARMEN is described as an environment for handling time series and analyzing data, - primarily for electrophysiological data. Storage Resource Broker is used to manage the distributed store. An extensible metadata schema is developed. The system has control access for controling sharing and analysis. The project is also developing methods for spike detection and spike sorting. Signal Data Explorer is an associated client tool for data visualization. An file format has also been defined.

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