After my Masters, I decided to move to the emerging field of Neuroscience. With time, I learnt that having computational skills in this field is of my great advantage, and even though I had to learn many new things, I was able to solve most problems rather easily than my peers in the field. This motivated me to write some hacks and tutorials for use in neuroimaging analysis and processing. If you find these useful, please do let me know too at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following are the most common neuroimaging analysis softwares and most of my blog posts would be using these softwares
7. Openfmri tools (heudiconv and fmriprep)