The NeuroXM™ Cloud, consisting of the Connectome and the Transcriptome Clouds, is a novel and unique solution for everyone working with brain data. With it, dealing with multimodal brain data becomes easy and straightforward; it reveals new insights into the brain as never before.
The NeuroXM™ Cloud provides our customers with various software modules for building up, browsing, comparing, analyzing and editing large data volumes.
Via the NeuroXM™ Cloud Integrator data from both clouds can be exchanged and combined.
is the basis software module of the NeuroXM™ Cloud, which allows you to explore connectomes of any imaging modality.
User of the Connectome Browser are able to display 3D lattice graphs of brain connectivity and to combine connectivity from different modalities in one plot. Study and Project datasets can be organized and shared with further collaboration partners.
helps you extract brain connectivity from raw data from DTI, fMRI, MEG and EEG automatically.
Automated standardized workflows allow easy usage, and high reproducibility. The Connectome Builder provides you with fully automated documentation of every processing step from preprocessing to tractography.
assists you to compare full brain connectomes from two subjects, or from an individual subject with a group average, or the average connectomes of two cohorts. Longitudinal comparisons of the connectome of an individual subject are possible, too.
The Connectome Comparator is applicable for any available imaging modality.
helps you explore, analyze and compare connectivity of selected anatomical or functional subnetworks.
Subnetworks can be defined on the basis of individual ROIs or by the use of anatomical or functional brain ontologies.
And with just a few points and click operations you will be able to add intraarea, interarea and contralateral connections.
enables the user to predict rewiring of the connectome after white matter and grey matter damages such as MS, Stroke, TBI, Alzheimer’s disease or surgical tissue resection. The Connectome Simulator includes the Model of Structural Plasticity with large experimental evidence for biological plausibility.