Imperial College Near Infrared Spectroscopy Neuroimaging Analysis (ICNNA)

About ICNNA

fingerPointing NOTE. This is NOT the official site of the software. The official site is http://hamlyn.doc.ic.ac.uk/icnna/. However, I created the software while I was at Imperial College, so I maintain the latest version and maintain this unofficial page.

Imperial College Near Infrared Spectroscopy Neuroimaging Analysis (ICNNA), previously known as Imperial College Neuroimage Analysis (ICNA) is a Matlab based analysis tool for fNIRS neuroimaging data. Contrary to other software tools such as HomER or fOSA it places the emphasis on the analysis over the processing with the experimnent instead of the individual neuroimage being the central piece of information. It has statistical, topological and graph-theory based capabilities.


ICNNA

Publications

If you use ICNNA for your research, please cite the follwing publications

  • Felipe Orihuela-Espina, Daniel R. Leff, David R.C. James, Ara W. Darzi, Guang-Zhong Yang "ICNA: A software tool for manifold embedded based analysis of functional near infrared spectroscopy data", In 15th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), vol. 47, iss. S1, pgs. S59, 2009.
  • Felipe Orihuela-Espina, Daniel R. Leff, David R. C. James, Ara W. Darzi, Guang-Zhong Yang "Imperial College Near Infrared Spectroscopy Neuroimaging Analysis (ICNNA) Framework" Accepted at Neurophotonics, 2017

Download

The software is free for academic use. If you want a copy of the software, please send me an e-mail explaining the use that you plan to give to it. Although I developed it, the software rights do belong to Imperial College London, and thus I need to ask for additional permission to Profs. Darzi and Yang before allowing you a copy.

fingerPointing DISCLAIMER. All software is provided as is. Use it at your own risk.

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Page created: 22-Nov-2015; Last modified: 9-Sep-2017