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README.md

HCP Minimal Preprocessing Pipelines conversion to Nipype Project

The outcomes of the HCP to Nipype project at the OHBM Hackathon 2015 are here.

Contributors (in no particular order):

Eric Earl, Oregon Health & Science University, earl@ohsu.edu

Damion Demeter, Oregon Health & Science University, demeter@ohsu.edu

Kate Mills, Oregon Health & Science University, millska@ohsu.edu

Glad Mihai, University of Greifswald, Germany, paulglad.mihai@uni-greifswald.de

Luka Ruzic, Duke University, USA, luka.ruzic@duke.edu

Nick Ketz, University of Colorado Boulder, USA, nick.ketz@gmail.com

Andrew Reineberg, University of Colorado Boulder, USA, andrew.reineberg@colorado.edu

Marianne Reddan, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA, marianne.reddan@colorado.edu

Anne-Lise Goddings, University College London, United Kingdom, algoddings@doctors.org.uk

Javier Gonzalez-Castillo, National Institute of Mental Health, USA, javier.gonzalez-castillo@nih.gov

Chris Gorgolewski, Stanford University, USA, chrisgor@stanford.edu

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