How to acknowledge¶
We require that all publications using the cneuromod data include the following paragraph in their acknowledgement section:
The Courtois project on neural modelling was made possible by a generous donation from the Courtois foundation, administered by the Fondation Institut Gériatrie Montréal at CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l’île-de-Montréal and University of Montreal. The Courtois NeuroMod team is based at “Centre de Recherche de l’Institut Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal”, with several other institutions involved. See the cneuromod documentation for an up-to-date list of contributors (https://docs.cneuromod.ca).
In addition, we encourage you to include the name of the cneuromod data release used in the analysis (e.g. cneuromod-2020), as well as any relevant excerpt from this documentation. Although some journals flag reproductions of technical documentation as plagiarism, using a standardized wording help consistency and reproducibility in the literature. Please reproduce this documentation verbatim to the greatest extent possible, and justify to the editor that this practice does not fall under plagiarism. Note that multiple versions of the documentation exist, one for each cneuromod release, so please make sure to use excerpts from the correct version of the documentation, matching the data release used in the analysis.
Link to the OHBM 2020 poster here
Link to the OHBM 2020 abstract here
Boyle, J.A., Pinsard, B., et al. (June 2020). The Courtois project on neuronal modelling - 2020 data release. Poster 1939 was presented at the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, held virtually.