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Aim of the project is to analyse real neuroscientific data in order to prove or disprove some theory about inner workings of the brain, find new interesting patterns, which might lead to a new theory, come up with cool visualizations of the data, apply new method or algorithm, etc.
Work will be done in small (2-4) groups. The final result should include:
- The report with ~15 pages of meaningful text.
- The code to produce the results.
The project gives up to 35 points of your final grade: 20 for the content, 7.5 for the appearance and structure of the report and 7.5 for the clearness of the final presentation.
- 27.10 at 14:15 Choose your topic and form teams. Send the list of the team members and the topic you have selected to firstname.lastname@example.org .
- 10.11 at 14:15 Submit a detailed plan with the dates, activities and task distribution between the team members (important!). The plan should demonstrate that you know what has to be done. Send it to to email@example.com .
- 12.12 at 23:59 Submit the intermediate report. The report should have: clear structure and table of contents, introduction, layout for the future steps should be in place, some initial steps done (like data preprocessing for example).
- Friday 13th of Jan 10:00- 13:00 in Liivi 2-206 Final deadline = Presentation Day. The report, code (or link to repository) and presentation slides must be submitted via submission form on the Projects page (pack them together).
One day late on any of the deadlines above costs 1 point.
It is highly recommended to set up a GitHub repository to store your code & text and manage the issue tracking.
Submit your project here7. project report
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