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-** 6 March, 2018 **+** 01 July, 2018 **
  
-Springer Nature has updated its policies ​Nature journals now ask researchers who submit papers that rely on bespoke software to provide ​the programs for peer review. More details are in [[https://​www.nature.com/​articles/​d41586-018-02741-4|this editorial]], the [[https://​www.nature.com/​authors/​policies/​availability.html#​code|guidelines to authors]] have been updated and a [[http://www.nature.com/​documents/​GuidelinesCodePublication.pdf|code and software submission checklist]] is available. ​+On June 29th, Robert and Jan-Mathijs taught at the Human Connectome Project'​s workshop, which this year took place in OxfordDuring an intense one-week program105 participants learnt about the ins and outs of the Human Connectome Project (HCP). Did you know that the HCP consortium also collected (and partially analysed) MEG data from about 100 participants?​ And that this data is freely available for download? And that the analysis pipelines and software are also available to the community? Check it out on [[https://​www.humanconnectome.org]]
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-** 29 September2017 **+** 12 June2018 **
  
-Apologies for not keeping up with the newsMuch has happened, e.g. the completion ​of the BIDS-MEG draft, ​the FIeldTrip toolkit at the Donders, ​and Robert presented a workshop in the lab of Pedro Valdez-Sosa ​in ChengduChina+On 17 June 2018 Maria Carla Piastra, Sophie Schrader and Simon Homölle will host a workshop ​the OHBM2018 conferenceThe course is aimed at researchers who want to learn how to do MEG and/or EEG source reconstructionThis intense one-day workshop will explain state-of-the-art MEG and EEG source reconstruction methods. Special emphasis will be given to new features available now in Fieldtrip to solve the EEG and MEG forward solution with advanced finite element methods. The workshop ​will consist of a number of lectures, followed by hands-on sessions ​in which you will be tutored through ​the complete analysis ​of a MEG, EEG and MRI data set using the FieldTrip toolbox. As the focus is on source reconstruction,​ topics that will NOT be covered ​in great detail are segmentingartifact handling, averaging, frequency and time-frequency analysis, statistics. For the hands-on sessions you should bring a laptop with MATLAB installed. More information about the program can be found at the OHBM website or [[workshop/​ohbm2018|here]].
  
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-It's already been a while, but on Februay 10, 2017 Nietzsche successfully defended her PhD thesis in a good old-fashioned ceremony according to university tradition. Photographic evidence attached and congratulations to Nietzsche! +Springer Nature ​has updated its policies ​Nature journals now ask researchers who submit papers ​that rely on bespoke software ​to provide ​the programs for peer review. More details are in [[https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-02741-4|this editorial]]the [[https://www.nature.com/authors/policies/availability.html#code|guidelines ​to authors]] have been updated ​and a [[http://www.nature.com/documents/GuidelinesCodePublication.pdf|code and software submission checklist]] is available
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-Pre-registration for the MEG/EEG data analysis workshop (aka "​FieldTrip"​ workshop) at the Donders Institute in Nijmegen ​has opened. See [[workshop/​toolkit2017|here]] for details. +
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-** 19 October, 2016 ** +
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-We would like to invite you to contribute to Frontiers in Neuroscience Special Research Topic **"​From raw MEG/EEG to publication:​ how to perform MEG/EEG group analysis with free academic software"​**. The idea is to create a collection of well-described group analyses of EEG and MEG data that can be fully reproduced by anyone and ported by researchers ​to their own data. Furthermore,​ as the analyses will be endorsed by peer review, any analysis choices will be citeable ​in future publications. This will hopefully contribute to wider adoption of good practices by the MEG/EEG research community. +
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-See [[https://mailman.science.ru.nl/pipermail/fieldtrip/​2016-October/​011022.html|here]] for the announcement on the FieldTrip mailing list and [[http://journal.frontiersin.org/researchtopic/5158/from-raw-megeeg-to-publication-how-to-perform-megeeg-group-analysis-with-free-academic-software|here]] for the research topic on Frontiers  +
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-** 2 October, 2016 ** +
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-We are presenting the "MEG group analysis"​ satellite symposium at Biomag 2016 in Seoul. This is a joint effort of the FieldTrip, MNE, BrainStorm, Nutmeg and SPM teams. The presentations and especially the (annotated) analysis scripts are all [[/​workshop/​biomag2016|shared here]].  +
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-** 31 August, 2016 ** +
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-We are looking for ways to further extend the FieldTrip training. The team in Nijmegen is small, and cannot be traveling all the time. If you are interested in organizing your own workshop, [[:​contact|let us know]]. We will share our workshop material ​and slides with you!  +
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-Diego just completed ​FieldTrip workshop in Guangzhou with a focus on ECoG analysis. You can see more photo'​s on our [[https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1384463061568812.1073741837.192257040789426&​type=1&​l=8d2040bc29|Facebook page]].+
  
  
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