This site hosts a public neurophysiology database. You may access the
database, contribute to it, or learn more about it here.
Use the links at left to navigate. Click on the logo at top left or use the
"back" button to return to this page.
July 25, 2007
Updated list of submissions to indicate large datasets with long loading
times. Users are also provided alternate links to avoid the large datasets
and thus provide quicker browsing of metadata. Datasets are now viewed
using the Lab of Neuroinformatics' Visual Oscilloscope Tool (a Java
application) that provides more dynamic viewing options. Previously, datasets
were viewed only through static images. Submissions now display 50 traces
per view at a time. This is intended to reduce the loading time of the
December 15, 2006
Open Source Version 1.0 released. You may now download the source code for
the repository and web start applications at
Robustness improvements and bug fixes.
May 31, 2006
Version 3.1 released. Archiving and upgrade capabilities added. Metadata
display improvements. Plots now appear in popup window. Robustness
improvements and bug fixes.
April 6, 2006
Version 3.0 released. Java Upload Tool added in updated form. Unique,
human readable IDs used for all submissions. Visualization and CSV download
capability added to server. Robustness improvements and bug fixes.
January 27, 2006
Version 2.1 (beta2) released. Bug fixes and aesthetic improvements.
November 11, 2005
The BrainML Data Server Version 2.0 (beta1) is now on line. This software
replaces what was formerly known as the Common Data Model (CDM) Cortical
Neurodatabase. It fully configured dynamically at runtime to serve data
conforming to a selected data model
Using this software, a custom neuroscience data repository may be created
for any data model with no custom programming, by writing simple XML
interface specification files. This software will be released open source
once it reaches a mature state.
The BrainML project is funded by the Human Brain Project-Informatics
initiative via MH/NS57153 from the NIMH and NINDS (with related and
past additional funding from NSF, NINDS, and NIMH) and is directed
Weill Medical College
of Cornell University