Imperial College Near Infrared Spectroscopy Neuroimaging Analysis (ICNNA)


Imperial College Near Infrared Spectroscopy Neuroimaging Analysis (ICNNA), previously known as Imperial College Neuroimage Analysis (ICNA), is a Matlab based analysis tool for fNIRS neuroimaging data. Alternatively to other software tools for fNIRS analysis such as HomER or fOSA, it places the emphasis on the analysis over the processing with the experimnent instead of the individual neuroimage being the central piece of information. It has statistical, topological and graph-theory based capabilities.


If you use ICNNA for your research, please cite the following publications:


DISCLAIMER. Software is provided as is. Use it at your own risk.

The software rights belong to Imperial College London but it is free for academic use. If you want a copy of the software, please send us an e-mail (from your academic mail address to which we will reply) with the following information:

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