RheMAP

Summary

The RheMAP project provides access to a set of pre-calculated non-linear registrations between some of the most commonly used rhesus macaque brain templates (D99, INIA19, MNI macaque, NMT, Yerkes19). The repository contains the code used to calculate the registration warps and example code that demonstrates how to use the resulting warp files to remap data between different template spaces. Non-linear registration warps were generated using ANTs and can directly be downloaded from Zenodo.

Authors

Nikoloz Sirmpilatze & P. Christiaan Klink.

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Nikoloz Sirmpilatze
PhD student

Neuroscience PhD student trying to peak into the effects of anesthesia on the brain.