Matthew Brett - the web pagesΒΆ

These are my personal web pages.

I work at the Berkeley brain imaging center (BIC).

I used to work on functional imaging of movement.

Later I worked on some aspects of functional imaging methodology.

At the moment I am helping to write new software in Python for analyzing functional and diffusion imaging data. This is the nipy community project. I personally work a lot on nibabel as well as the nipy package and dipy.

I sometimes write about the nipy experience in the nipy blog.

Like many other people, I am starting to explore ways of explaining technical ideas using code and formulae in the IPython notebook. My most complete explanation so far is exploring formulae in R.

Most of the code I work on is at matthew-brett github.

I wrote some tutorials on imaging and statistics hosted at Perrin academy. I have more tutorials about coding at pydagogue. My personal favorite is an introduction to git concepts called git foundations

I try to keep my list of publications up to date. Please let me know if I’ve missed something off or you need a copy of one of the listed papers.

No doubt you want to know what I look like and how to find me - good news - see About me.

Maybe you want to know how I built these pages - About this site.