Neuroinformatics (journal)

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Publisher: Humana Press
ISSN: 1539-2791
eISSN: 1559-0089
Databases: NLM Wikidata Wikipedia
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Neuroinformatics is a journal published by Humana Press that are part of Springer Science+Business Media. Editor-in-Chief is Giorgio A. Ascoli.

A competing journal in the neuroinformatics field is the Open access journal Frontiers in Neuroinformatics. Neuroinformatics itself has an Open Access option with a publication fee of "US$ 3000/EUR 2200; excl. VAT".[1] Neuroinformatics also allows self-archiving under some conditions:[2]

  • Author's own version on their own website.
  • 12 months after official publication or later: Author's own version in any repository.
  • Acknowledgement is given to the original source of publication: Link and the text "The final publication is available at"
  • "Prior versions of the article published on non-commercial pre-print servers like can remain on these servers and/or can be updated with the author’s accepted version"

The journal is a member of Neuroscience Peer Review Consortium.

In 2011 the impact factor was 2.973. It is listed in the medium category of journals in the Finnish list,[3] and it is in the low category in the Danish Authority List.[4]

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  1. Action and language mechanisms in the brain: data, models and neuroinformatics
  2. Brede tools and federating online neuroinformatics databases
  3. Federated access to heterogeneous information resources in the Neuroscience Information Framework (NIF)
  4. Ontogenetic ritualization of primate gesture as a case study in dyadic brain modeling
  5. Information processing in the mirror neuron system in primates and machines
  6. Prolegomena to a neurocomputational architecture for human grammatical encoding and decoding
  7. Publication bias in neuroimaging research: implications for meta-analyses
  8. PyMVPA: a Python toolbox for multivariate pattern analysis of fMRI data
  9. Template construction grammar: from visual scene description to language comprehension and agrammatism
  10. The Cognitive Paradigm Ontology: design and application
  11. The NIF DISCO framework: facilitating automated integration of neuroscience content on the Web

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