Dora Karvouniari – Biovision
DreamTech : project management using GitFlow
Thibaud Kloczko -SED Sophia
Git is a very powerful tool providing a very efficient branching system. However, using git is not straightforward and when one wants to carry out an efficient workflow to manage a project, it is necessary to use several complex commands so that nobody is able to follow the workflow. This Dreamtech aims at presenting the workflow that we carry out in all our software projects and the tool, namely gitflow, that we use to make it easier to follow. As usual, we only carry out standard models so one could find many details about gitflow on the Web. Here are the main ones: -the reference post of Vincent Driessen. -the post of Synbioz that we use as canvas for this presentation -the website semver that presents the semantic versionning that one can easily couple to gitflow. Finally, the best guide about GitFlow is provided by Atlassian.
Influence of skull modelling on conductivity estimation for EEG source analysis
Christos Papageorgakis – Athena/Apics
The skull conductivity strongly influences the accuracy of EEG source localization methods. As the conductivity of the skull has strong inter-individual variability, conductivity estimation techniques are required. Typically, conductivity estimation is performed on data from a single event-related stimulation paradigm, which can be explained by one dipole source. A conductivity value for the skull can be estimated as the value for which the single dipole source provides the best goodness of fit to the data. This conductivity value is then used to analyse the actual data of interest. It is known that the optimal local skull conductivity when modelling the skull as one compartment depends on the amount of spongiosa present locally. The research question arising is: Is conductivity estimation based on data from a single paradigm meaningful without accounting for the internal skull structure?