Are you relying on a particular software packaged by NeuroDebian team that is part of the main Debian distribution? Or do you rely on the NeuroDebian repositories? If you think that this project is useful, please help us to make more people aware of Debian and NeuroDebian in particular. Sharing your positive experience with your friends and/or colleagues is one possibility. Alternatively you could...
If you conduct your research using NeuroDebian services, for example, the NeuroDebian repository, the NeuroDebian Virtual machine, or software that is maintained by the NeuroDebian team on Debian, Ubuntu, or some other derivative, please cite this paper:
Halchenko, Y. O. & Hanke, M. (2012). Open is not enough. Let’s take the next step: An integrated, community-driven computing platform for neuroscience. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics, 6:22.
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