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 Neuronal oscillations are generated at many spatial and temporal scales of neuronal organization, and thought to provide a network-level mechanism for the coordination of spatio-temporally distributed spiking activity. For an adequate understanding of quantitative changes in neurophysiological signals, such as electroencephalography (EEG) or magnetoencephalography (MEG), as a consequence of disease, experimental manipulations, or genetic variability there is a need to apply multiple biomarker algorithms.  Neuronal oscillations are generated at many spatial and temporal scales of neuronal organization, and thought to provide a network-level mechanism for the coordination of spatio-temporally distributed spiking activity. For an adequate understanding of quantitative changes in neurophysiological signals, such as electroencephalography (EEG) or magnetoencephalography (MEG), as a consequence of disease, experimental manipulations, or genetic variability there is a need to apply multiple biomarker algorithms. 
  
-<html> +The Neurophysiological Biomarker Toolbox (NBT) is an open source Matlab toolbox for the computation and analysis of neurophysiological biomarkers (Quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG))NBT offers an EEG analysis pipeline from data storage to statistics including artefact rejection, signal visualization, biomarker computation, statistical testing, machine learning, and biomarker databasingNBT allows for easy implementation of new biomarkers, and incorporates an online wiki (this website) that facilitates collaboration among NBT users including extensive help and tutorialsThe standardised way of data storage and analysis that NBT proposes will allow different research projects to merge, compare or share their data and EEG biomarker algorithmsThe NBT toolbox also makes it easy to integrate questionaire data or cognitive scores.
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-The Neurophysiological Biomarker Toolbox (NBT) is an open source Matlab toolbox for the computation and analysis of neurophysiological biomarkers (Quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG))NBT offers a M/EEG analysis pipeline from data storage to statistics including artefact rejection, signal visualization, biomarker computation, statistical testing, machine learning, and biomarker databasing. NBT allows for easy implementation of new biomarkers, and incorporates an online wiki (this website) that facilitates collaboration among NBT users including extensive help and tutorialsThe standardised way of data storage and analysis that NBT proposes will allow different research projects to merge, compare or share their data and M/EEG biomarker algorithms. The NBT toolbox also makes it easy to integrate questionaire data or cognitive scores.+The Neurophysiological Biomarker Toolbox is developed by the [[http://www.cncr.nl/research_teams/neuronal_oscillations_and_cognition/|Neuronal Oscillations and Cognition Group]] at the [[http://www.cncr.nl/|CNCR]]VU University Amsterdam together with the [[http://nbtresearch.nbtwiki.net|NBTresearch organization]] and [[http://www.nbt-analytics.com|NBT Analytics BV]]. NBT Analytics provides EEG analysis services for clinical trials.
  
-The Neurophysiological Biomarker Toolbox is mainly developed by the [[http://www.cncr.nl/research_teams/neuronal_oscillations_and_cognition/|Neuronal Oscillations and Cognition Group]] at the [[http://www.cncr.nl/|CNCR]] with partial funding from the [[http://www.neurosciencecampus-amsterdam.nl/|Neuroscience Campus Amsterdam]], VU University Amsterdam. +NBT comes in two versions; the NBT public version (available from this website) and the NBT research version ([[http://nbtresearch.nbtwiki.net|read more here]]
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-Main development team: [[http://www.poil.dk/s/|Simon-Shlomo Poil]], Sonja Simpraga, Simon J. Houtman, Richard Hardstone, [[http://www.cncr.nl/research_teams/neuronal_oscillations_and_cognition/|Klaus Linkenkaer-Hansen]]+Main development team: [[http://www.poil.dk/s/|Simon-Shlomo Poil]], Sonja Simpraga, Simon J. Houtman, [[http://www.cncr.nl/research_teams/neuronal_oscillations_and_cognition/|Klaus Linkenkaer-Hansen]].
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-Previous members of the development team: Giuseppina Schiavone, [[http://www.neurosciencecampus-amsterdam.nl/en/people/staff-a-z/staff-i-l/rjansen/index.asp|Rick Jansen]] +
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-Also contributing: German Gomez-Herrero, Thijs Rinsma, Rick Wassing, Alexander Diaz, Piotr Sokol, Espen A. F. Ihlen, Ilse Verweij+
  
 +Previous members of the development team: Richard Hardstone, Giuseppina Schiavone, [[http://www.neurosciencecampus-amsterdam.nl/en/people/staff-a-z/staff-i-l/rjansen/index.asp|Rick Jansen]]
  
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 Please read our policy for contributions, see [[:copyrights|]]. Please read our policy for contributions, see [[:copyrights|]].
  
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