Cite Brainstorm in your publications
Once you are done with your analyses performed with Brainstorm, proper citation would be greatly appreciated; thank you!
How to cite...
Data analysis was performed with Brainstorm (Tadel et al. 2011), which is documented and freely available for download online under the GNU general public license (http://neuroimage.usc.edu/brainstorm).
... the CTF sample dataset (somatotopy)
The somatosensory MEG recordings were provided by Dr Sabine Meunier (Hopital de la Salpetriere, Paris) as part of the tutorial dataset distributed with Brainstorm (http://neuroimage.usc.edu/brainstorm).
... forward models
- Spherical head model: Mosher et al. 1999
- Overlapping spheres: Huang et al., 1999
- OpenMEEG BEM: Gramfort et al., 2010 / Kybic et al., 2005
... inverse methods
Tikhonov-regularized minimum-norm: Baillet et al., 2001.
Default value for Tikhonov parameter is λ = 10% of maximum singular value of the lead field.
... the default anatomy
Colin27: MNI brain with a 1mm resolution. More info....
Whether you are using FreeSurfer for the T1 segmentation, the cortical atlases or the FSAverage subject default: please register on their website (registration page) and cite the appropriate references.
... statistical analysis using non-parametric permutation tests
- Permutation tests: Pantazis et al., 2005.
The previous citations refer to the following publications. Further reading is available in the Publications section.
Tadel F, Baillet S, Mosher JC, Pantazis D, Leahy RM, “Brainstorm: A User-Friendly Application for MEG/EEG Analysis,” Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience, vol. 2011, Article ID 879716, 13 pages, 2011. doi:10.1155/2011/879716
J.C. Mosher, S. Baillet, F. Darvas, D. Pantazis , E.K. Yildirim, R.M. Leahy, “BrainStorm Electromagnetic Imaging Software”, 5th International Symposium on Noninvasive Functional Source Imaging within the Human Brain and Heart (NFSI 2005), Minnesota, May 12-15, 2005.
- M.X. Huang, J.C. Mosher and R.M. Leahy, "A sensor-weighted overlapping-sphere head model and exhaustive head model comparison for MEG",Physics in Medicine and Biology, 44(2): 423-440, Feb. 1999.
- S. Baillet, J.C. Mosher, R.M. Leahy, "Electromagnetic Brain Mapping", IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, 18(6): 14-30, Nov 2001.
- D. Pantazis, T. E Nichols, S. Baillet, RM Leahy, A Comparison of Random Field Theory and Permutation Methods for the Statistical Analysis of MEG data, Neuroimage, 25(2):383-394, 2005
- J.C. Mosher, R.M. Leahy, and P.S. Lewis, “EEG and MEG: Forward solutions for inverse methods,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., vol. 46, pp. 245-259, 1999.
A. Gramfort, T. Papadopoulo, E. Olivi, M. Clerc. OpenMEEG: opensource software for quasistatic bioelectromagnetics, BioMedical Engineering OnLine 45:9, 2010
Kybic J, Clerc M, Abboud T, Faugeras O, Keriven R, Papadopoulo T. A common formalism for the integral formulations of the forward EEG problem. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, 24:12-28, 2005. [pdf]