INCF Endorsed standards
INCF has implemented a formal procedure for evaluating and endorsing community standards and best practices in support of the FAIR principles. Our mission is to make neuroscience more open and FAIR, to ensure that research funds and efforts are well invested, and that neuroscientific findings are robust and replicable. Quality community standards are necessary to make FAIR resources and processes work, but too many neuroscience communities lack robust standards or have competing incompatible standards. The rapid development of new techniques also means that there is a continuous need for new and updated standards, and that old standards need an active developer and user community keeping them up to date. By endorsing standards, INCF wants to - Make it easy to find the best, most reliable standard appropriate for your research - Ensure recognition for community members investing their time and effort in standards

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A standards organization for Open and FAIR neuroscience: the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility

Mathew Abrams Jan G. Bjaalie Samir Das Gary F. Egan Satrajit Ghosh Wojtek Goscinski Jeffrey Grethe Jeanette Hellgren Kotaleski Eric Ho David Kennedy Linda J. Lanyon Trygve B. Leergaard Helen Mayberg Luciano Milanesi Roman Mouček Jean-Baptiste Poline Prasun K. Roy Tong Tang Paul Tiesinga Thomas Wachtler Daniel Wójcik Maryann Martone