Publishing fMRI results usually involves the presentation of slice images that show regions of increased BOLD (Blood Oxygen Dependent Signal). However, fMRI data is inherently three dimensional and often it is difficult to visualise or appropriately present data in 2D formats.
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If you've ever noticed the 3D images of brain structures on Wikipedia, you may have been curious where they are sourced from.
One of the perennial jobs for researchers, is producing production quality documents. This task often becomes more complicated than it should be due to the tools applied to it. Just as applying a blunt chisel to a good piece of wood will produce an amateurish result, using a blunt program will produce a substandard document (or …
I recently gave a talk at the Geelong Mood Support Group, it was a great night and a challenge to keep my usual rambling style relevant to the audience of patients and carers.
Molecules are beautiful things, intricate and infinitely variable. As part of research publications it can be useful to catch them from their best angles. This short post gives some tips on how to present molecules in publications.