Computing Resources

The MRI Research Program is currently in the early stages of implementing its own docker-based processing cluster that will allow researchers access to the ABCD processing pipelines as well as other analysis packages. 

Our previous grid-engine based scheduling system is currently available on our legacy cluster and has the following software packages available: 

AFNI - an open-source environment for processing and displaying functional MRI data

FSL - A software library with image analysis tools for functional, structural, and diffusion MRI brain imaging data.

Freesurfer - a set of tools for the analysis of structional and functional brain imaging data.

SPM - a suite of MATLAB tools for the analysis of brain imaging data sequences

For access and account information, email matthew.riddle@nyspi.columbia.edu 

 

Software available via network on an additional server: 

 

LCModel - Automatic quantitation of in vivo proton MR spectra.

JMRUI - a software package for advanced time-domain analysis of magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) and spectroscopic imaging (MRSI) data.

 

As a means for running both computationally intensive applications and storing vast amounts of data, the Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (C2B2) provides a computational cluster, HPC, to NYSPI and associated projects.

For information about pricing for C2B2, please see:

http://systemsbiology.columbia.edu/advanced-research-computing-services-pricing

For Information about the cluster, upgrade, and hardware architecture, please see:

http://wiki.c2b2.columbia.edu/systems/index.php/Documentation/HPC_cluster

 

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