Nov 12, 2020

Brain atlases are necessary tools for identifying brain regions and mapping locations of neural probes in research models, or locating regions of activity in human imaging data. Several virtual atlases exist for a variety of species, but some of these atlases lack an streamlined interface for users to navigate atlas files. To address this, researchers from the Sainsbury Wellcome Centre at UCL and the Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology have developed a project entitled BrainGlobe. This project includes a number of Python-based tools for working with atlas data from multiple species on a common platform, and can even be used in a command line interface. For more information about how to install and use the BrainGlobe interface, check out the project’s website! 


This research tool was created by your colleagues. Please acknowledge the Principal Investigator, cite the article in which the tool was described, and include an RRID in the Materials and Methods of your future publications.  RRID:SCR_021481

Read the Documentation

Learn more about this project and related projects from the BrainGlobe website. Here you’ll also find helpful documentation for getting started! 

GitHub Repository

Get access to necessary files for the BrainGlobe API and other tools associated with this project from GitHub!