Most of YNiC's software is developed in git and uses a redmine tracker instance.
Public YNiC git instances are available at: http://vcs.ynic.york.ac.uk/.
This page contains a summary of most of the YNiC software which is publically available.
Discussions about YNiC software occur on the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list. You can subscribe to this list and read the archive at https://www.ynic.york.ac.uk/mailman/listinfo/ynic-devel.
NeuroImaging Analysis Framework (NAF) and python-megdata
Lead Maintainer: Mark Hymers
Please see the main NAF / python-megdata development site in Redmine at http://vcs.ynic.york.ac.uk/tracker/
Using Python and Psychopy at YNiC
Not strictly software we have developed, but here are some examples af how to use Python and Psychopy in the YNiC scanner environments, e.g. sending and reading triggers, gathering responses, etc. Click here to see the example pages
DataViewer3D - DV3D
Lead Maintainer: Andre Gouws
An open source, cross-platform multi-modal neuroimaging data visualization tool built on Python, VTK and wxWidgets.
An interactive brain exploration tool using Microsoft's Kinect device.
An alternative, python, vtk and Qt based gui for viewing mrVista based meshes.
Internal user guides for the booking, project and participant database at YNiC are available here
Any external users interested in getting the YNiC database code for use at other sites should contact Mark Hymers <email@example.com> and it will be made available freely under the GPL (although various parts of it are relatively customised to the YNiC workflow and will probably need modification for use on other sites)