T A P A S - Translational Algorithms for Psychiatry-Advancing Science.
This file describes the installation and usage of the software. Full details can be found on the TNU website: http://www.translationalneuromodeling.org/tapas/
TAPAS is a collection of algorithms and software tools developed by the Translational Neuromodeling Unit (TNU, Zurich) and collaborators. These tools are intended to support the development of computational assays (Translational Neuromodeling) and their clinical application in Computational Psychiatry, Neurology and Psychosomatics.
Currently, TAPAS includes the following packages:
- ceode: Continuous Extension of ODE methods. A toolbox for robust estimation of convolution based Dynamic Causal Models (DCMs) for evoked responses (ERPs).
- genbed: A Python package for data exploration and classification as part of the generative embedding pipeline.
- HGF: The Hierarchical Gaussian Filter; Bayesian inference on computational processes from observed behaviour.
- HUGE: Variational Bayesian inversion for hierarchical unsupervised generative embedding (HUGE).
- PhysIO: Physiological Noise Correction for fMRI.
- rDCM: Regression dynamic causal modeling; efficient inference on whole-brain effective connectivity from fMRI data.
- SEM: SERIA Model for Eye Movements (saccades and anti-saccades) and Reaction Times.
And the following tasks:
TAPAS also includes beta versions of the following toolboxes. Please note that these toolboxes have not been extensively tested and are still in active development:
- UniQC: unified neuroimaging quality control.
TAPAS is written in MATLAB and Python and distributed as open source code under the GNU General Public License (GPL, Version 3).
If you cannot find the toolbox you were looking for in the downloaded version, you might find it in the TAPAS Legacy repository.
TAPAS is a collection of toolboxes written in MATLAB (Version R2016b) and Python.
- The key requirement is the installation of MATLAB (produced by The MathWorks, Inc. Natick, MA, USA. http://www.mathworks.com/).
- Toolboxes written in Python currently include:
- genbed: For requirements see the genbed documentation.
Please download TAPAS from our Github Release Page.
To add the TAPAS directory to the MATLAB path, run the script
the directory where tapas is installed/extracted.
For the individual toolboxes included in TAPAS, please refer to their documentation (s.b.) for specific installation instructions.
To download the example data please use
the matlab console.
- The latest documentation of TAPAS can be found in this README and on the GitHub Wiki of the TAPAS GitHub page.
- In general, each toolbox comes with their own documentation as Wiki, PDF, matlab tutorials etc.
- Documentation for older versions (<= 126.96.36.199) is provided on the TNU page.
- Please submit bug reports, feature requests, code improvements etc. via the Issues Forum pages on GitHub (you will need a GitHub account.
- This issue forum is searchable, so please have a look if your question has been asked before.
- For older versions or more general questions, please also have a look at our now deprecated E-Mail List, which has a searchable Archive.
When using a toolbox which is part of the TAPAS collection, please cite the paper(s) mentioned in the README of the respective toolbox and the paper below describing the entire collection.
You can include for example the following snippet in your Methods section:
The analysis was performed using the Matlab [NAME-OF-THE-TOOLBOX] Toolbox ([CITATION(S)-OF-TOOBOX], open-source code available as part of the TAPAS software collection:  / https://www.translationalneuromodeling.org/tapas)
 Frässle, S., Aponte, E.A., Bollmann, S., Brodersen, K.H., Do, C.T., Harrison, O.K., Harrison, S.J., Heinzle, J., Iglesias, S., Kasper, L., Lomakina, E.I., Mathys, C., Müller-Schrader, M., Pereira, I., Petzschner, F.H., Raman, S., Schöbi, D., Toussaint, B., Weber, L.A., Yao, Y., Stephan, K.E.: TAPAS: An Open-Source Software Package for Translational Neuromodeling and Computational Psychiatry, Frontiers in Psychiatry 12, 857, 2021. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2021.680811
For additional information concerning citations and the current TAPAS version, enter
tapas_version(1); in your MATLAB command line.
Information about changes in the current release can be found in the CHANGELOG.md file.
All recent stables releases can be downloaded from our TAPAS Github Release Page.
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