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I am helping to build a repository of neuroscience data useful for research in computational neuroscience ([http://crcns.org crcns.org]).  As part of that, I am working on methods of storing such data and access protocols which will make the data easier to use.  I also videotape most of the Redwood seminars and put them [http://redwood.berkeley.edu/all_seminars.php on-line] (Seminars with a video available have a "video" link after the title).
 
I am helping to build a repository of neuroscience data useful for research in computational neuroscience ([http://crcns.org crcns.org]).  As part of that, I am working on methods of storing such data and access protocols which will make the data easier to use.  I also videotape most of the Redwood seminars and put them [http://redwood.berkeley.edu/all_seminars.php on-line] (Seminars with a video available have a "video" link after the title).
  
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Data sharing for computational neuroscience [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18259695 Neuroinformatics. 2008 Spring]
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Neurodata Without Borders: Creating a Common Data Format for Neurophysiology [http://www.cell.com/neuron/abstract/S0896-6273(15)00919-8 Neuron, November 2015]
 
Neurodata Without Borders: Creating a Common Data Format for Neurophysiology [http://www.cell.com/neuron/abstract/S0896-6273(15)00919-8 Neuron, November 2015]
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Data sharing for computational neuroscience [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18259695 Neuroinformatics. 2008 Spring]

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Jeff Teeters, Ph.D.
Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, UC Berkeley
575A Evans Hall, MC# 3198
Berkeley, CA 94720-3198
phone (510) 642 7252
Office: 573 Evans Hall
Email: jteeters [@] berkeley [.] edu

Activities

I am helping to build a repository of neuroscience data useful for research in computational neuroscience (crcns.org). As part of that, I am working on methods of storing such data and access protocols which will make the data easier to use. I also videotape most of the Redwood seminars and put them on-line (Seminars with a video available have a "video" link after the title).

Some Papers

Neurodata Without Borders: Creating a Common Data Format for Neurophysiology Neuron, November 2015

Data sharing for computational neuroscience Neuroinformatics. 2008 Spring

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