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Resource:neurodebian

Name: Resource:neurodebian
Description: Collection based on a collaborative effort of popular neuroscience research software for the Debian operating system as well as Ubuntu and other derivatives. Popular packages include AFNI, FSL, PyMVPA and many others. It contains both unofficial or prospective packages which are not (yet) available from the main Debian archive, as well as backported or simply rebuilt packages also available elsewhere. A listing of current and planned projects is available if you want to get involved.

The main goal of the project is to provide a versatile and convenient environment for neuroscientific research that is based on open-source software. To this end, the project offers a package repository that complements the main Debian (and Ubuntu) archive. NeuroDebian is not yet another Linux distribution, but rather an effort inside the Debian project itself. Software packages are fully integrated into the Debian system and from there will eventually migrate into Ubuntu as well.

With NeuroDebian, installing and updating neuroscience software is no different from any other part of the operating system. Maintaining a research software environment becomes as easy as installing an editor. There is also virtual machine to test NeuroDebian on Windows or Mac OS.

If you want to see your software packaged for Debian, please drop them a note.
Other Name(s): neuro debian, Debian Neuroscience Repository
Abbreviation: NeuroDebian
Parent Organization: Resource:Debian, Dartmouth College; New Hampshire; USA, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg; Saxony-Anhalt; Germany
Resource Type(s): Software application, Data distribution software, Software repository, Software development environment, Source code
Resource: Resource
URL: http://neuro.debian.net/
*Id: nlx_143723
PMID: PMID 23055966
Related to: Resource:NITRC
Availability: GNU General Public License, Version 3, The community can contribute to this resource
Keywords: Linux, Linux distribution, virtual machine, fMRI, EEG, PyMVPA, python, R, Debian, Brain image, Neuroscience, platform, AFNI BRIK, bshort, bfloat, Console (Text Based), DICOM, Domain Independent, FreeBSD, Gnome, KDE, Linux, MINC2, NIfTI, Philips PAR/REC, Development Environment, POSIX/UNIX-like, System Administrator, Web environment
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Alt. NITRC URL: http://www.nitrc.org/projects/neurodebian

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AbbrevNeuroDebian  +
AvailabilityGNU General Public License  +, Version 3  +, and The community can contribute to this resource  +
CurationStatuscurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://neuro.debian.net/  +
DefinitionCollection based on a collaborative effort Collection based on a collaborative effort of popular neuroscience research software for the Debian operating system as well as Ubuntu and other derivatives. Popular packages include AFNI, FSL, PyMVPA and many others. It contains both unofficial or prospective packages which are not (yet) available from the main Debian archive, as well as backported or simply rebuilt packages also available elsewhere. A listing of current and planned projects is available if you want to get involved.

The main goal of the project is to provide a versatile and convenient environment for neuroscientific research that is based on open-source software. To this end, the project offers a package repository that complements the main Debian (and Ubuntu) archive. NeuroDebian is not yet another Linux distribution, but rather an effort inside the Debian project itself. Software packages are fully integrated into the Debian system and from there will eventually migrate into Ubuntu as well.

With NeuroDebian, installing and updating neuroscience software is no different from any other part of the operating system. Maintaining a research software environment becomes as easy as installing an editor. There is also virtual machine to test NeuroDebian on Windows or Mac OS.

If you want to see your software packaged for Debian, please drop them a note.
kaged for Debian, please drop them a note.
ExampleImageNeuroDebian.PNG  +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleSoftware application  +, Data distribution software  +, Software repository  +, Software development environment  +, and Source code  +
Idnlx_143723  +
Is part ofResource:Debian  +, Dartmouth College; New Hampshire; USA  +, and Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg; Saxony-Anhalt; Germany  +
KeywordsLinux  +, Linux distribution  +, Virtual machine  +, FMRI  +, EEG  +, PyMVPA  +, Python  +, R  +, Debian  +, Brain image  +, Neuroscience  +, Platform  +, AFNI BRIK  +, Bshort  +, Bfloat  +, Console (Text Based)  +, DICOM  +, Domain Independent  +, FreeBSD  +, Gnome  +, KDE  +, MINC2  +, NIfTI  +, Philips PAR/REC  +, Development Environment  +, POSIX/UNIX-like  +, System Administrator  +, and Web environment  +
LabelResource:neurodebian  +
ModifiedDate20 November 2013  +
PMID23055966  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
RelatedToResource:NITRC  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
Synonymneuro debian  +, and Debian Neuroscience Repository  +
Twitterneurodebian  +