NeuroLibre currently welcomes submissions along two tracks: - Tutorial notebooks related to a workshop in the neuroscience field. - Companion notebooks for articles posted as preprints in the neuroscience field.
These notebooks are expected to use less than 100 GB disk space, and run in less of an hour, although exceptions may be granted on a case by case basis. Each user has 1CPU (up to 2 depending on the server workload) and 4GB RAM (up to 6GB depending on the server workload), so your notebooks should be able to run under this configuration. If you need more ressources for a limited period, please open an issue on this repository.
Submissions are not reviewed in the sense of a traditional scientific publications, but notebooks do undergo a technical review. The NeuroLibre team checks that the notebooks fit one of the two tracks above, run correctly, and that the text and code are readable. We also check how much compute time and data storage are required. NeuroLibre commits to provide computational resources for free, yet this investment must benefit substantially the open neuroscience community. The Neurolibre team reserves the right of rejecting a submission if the content of the notebook is judged to fall outside the neuroscience field, requires excessive resources for the proposed scope of work, or if the code or text are of unsufficient quality. Note that NeuroLibre purely reviews the technical aspects of the notebooks, and not the scientific content. As such, a NeuroLibre review complements, rather than replaces, the peer reviews offered by traditional scientific journals. Please read our review guidelines for more information.
.ipynb) containing all your work.
binderfolder which will contain all the dependencies : > * A requirements file containing all the software dependencies. > * A data_requirement file containing the data dependencies if needed.
launchand wait for the build. Please be patient, as the first build may take a long time depending on your setup. When your notebook loads, you are ready to publish on the neurolibre website!
Note that we expect all our community members to remain courteous and constructive at all times. Please read our code of conduct for more information. You can contact editors privately through emails, or on the mattermost brainhack forum if you have any question, comment or complaint.