Finn Årup Nielsen

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Finn Årup Nielsen (Finn Arup Nielsen, Finn Aarup Nielsen, Finn A. Nielsen, Finn Å. Nielsen)
Affiliation: Section for Cognitive Systems, Technical University of Denmark
Center for Integrated Molecular Brain Imaging
Neurobiology Research Unit
Responsible Business in the Blogosphere
Location: Denmark
Position: Senior Researcher
Interest(s): Neuroinformatics
Semantic wiki
Data mining
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Finn Årup Nielsen is Senior Researcher at the Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark. He works with complex data and data mining with data from social media and the brain.

He has programmed the Lyngby and Brede Toolboxes as well as setup the Brede Database and the Brede Wiki, and worked with classification of fMRI scans[1][2] and coordinate-based meta-analysis.[3] He has constructed the AFINN word list for sentiment analysis.

He is presently involved in the Responsible Business in the Blogosphere which involves social media data mining with sentiment analysis. The AFINN word list was created in this project.

His supervisor for the master and Ph.D studies was Lars Kai Hansen. Among his master thesis students have been Sindri Freyr Sigursteinsson writing the thesis Social media mining of the Icelandic blogosphere.


[edit] Work

  1. A fielded wiki for personality genetics
  2. A new ANEW: evaluation of a word list for sentiment analysis in microblogs
  3. Brede tools and federating online neuroinformatics databases
  4. Brede Wiki - a neuroinformatics Web service with structured information
  5. Brede Wiki - neuroscience data structured in a wiki
  6. Clustering of scientific citations in Wikipedia
  7. Data mining a functional neuroimaging database for functional segregation in brain regions
  8. Finding related functional neuroimaging volumes
  9. fMRI Neuroinformatics
  10. Interactive information visualization in neuroimaging
  11. Lost in localization: a solution with neuroinformatics 2.0?
  12. Mass meta-analysis in Talairach space
  13. Mining for associations between text and brain activation in a functional neuroimaging database
  14. Mining the posterior cingulate: segregation between memory and pain components
  15. Modeling of activation data in the BrainMap(TM): detection of outliers
  16. Online open neuroimaging mass meta-analysis
  17. Online open neuroimaging mass meta-analysis with a wiki
  18. Real-time monitoring of sentiment in business related Wikipedia
  19. Scientific citations in Wikipedia
  20. Sequential collaboration network with sentiment coloring
  21. Testing for difference between two groups of functional neuroimaging experiments
  22. The Brede database: a small database for functional neuroimaging
  23. The Brede Wiki: a social neuroinformatics web-service with structured information from neuroscience
  24. Visualizing data mining results with the Brede tools
  25. Wikipedia research and tools: review and comments

[edit] Thesis

  1. Neuroinformatics in functional neuroimaging (PhD Thesis, 2002)

[edit] As co-author

  1. A nonlinear relationship between cerebral serotonin transporter and 5-HT(2A) receptor binding: an in vivo molecular imaging study in humans
  2. Action and language mechanisms in the brain: data, models and neuroinformatics
  3. Cluster analysis of activity-time series in motor learning
  4. Collective remembering of organizations: co-construction of organizational pasts in Wikipedia
  5. Consensus inference in neuroimaging
  6. Coordinate-based meta-analytic search for the SPM neuroimaging pipeline: the BredeQuery plugin for SPM5
  7. Endogenous plasma estradiol in healthy men is positively correlated with cerebral cortical serotonin 2A receptor binding
  8. Exploring fMRI data for periodic signal components
  9. Frontolimbic serotonin 2A receptor binding in healthy subjects is associated with personality risk factors for affective disorder
  10. Generalizable patterns in neuroimaging: how many principal components?
  11. Good friends, bad news - affect and virality in Twitter
  12. Independent component analysis in multimedia modeling
  13. Lyngby 2.0 - a modeler's Matlab toolbox for spatio-temporal analysis of functional neuroimages
  14. Modeling the haemodynamic response in fMRI using smooth FIR filters
  15. On clustering fMRI time series
  16. Persistence of web references in scientific research
  17. Plurality and resemblance in fMRI data analysis
  18. Right temporoparietal cortex activation during visuo-proprioceptive conflict
  19. Seasonal changes in brain serotonin transporter binding in short 5-HTTLPR-allele carriers but not in long-allele homozygotes
  20. Serotonin transporter binding in the hypothalamus correlates negatively with tonic heat pain ratings in healthy subjects: a ((11)C)DASB PET study
  21. Similar brain networks for detecting visuo-motor and visuo-proprioceptive synchrony
  22. Strategies of legitimacy through social media: the networked strategy
  23. The Center for Integrated Molecular Brain Imaging (Cimbi) database
  24. The personality trait openness is related to cerebral 5-HTT levels
  25. The real power of artificial markets
  26. "The sum of all human knowledge": a systematic review of scholarly research on the content of Wikipedia
  27. Wikipedia in the eyes of its beholders: a systematic review of scholarly research on Wikipedia readers and readership

[edit] Funding

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[edit] Reference

  1. Finn Årup Nielsen, Visualization and Analysis of 3D Functional Brain Images, Master's thesis, 1996.
  2. Nicholas Lange, Stephen C. Strother, Jon R. Anderson, Finn Årup Nielsen, Andrew Peter Holmes, Thomas Kolenda, Robert Savoy, Lars Kai Hansen (1999). "Plurality and resemblance in fMRI data analysis". NeuroImage 10(3): 282-303. doi: 10.1006/nimg.1999.0472.
  3. Finn Årup Nielsen, Neuroinformatics in Functional Neuroimaging, Ph.D. thesis, 2002.
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