Brain atlases provide spatial reference systems for neuroscience, giving the ability to navigate, characterise and analyse information on the basis of anatomical location. Atlases define shape, location and variability of brain regions in common coordinate spaces, and allow interpretation, integration, and comparison of observations and measurements collected from different sources and different brains.
EBRAINS develops open access 3D atlases for the human, rat, and mouse brain
EBRAINS develops open access 3D atlases for the human, rat, and mouse brain. Explore brain regions in an interactive 3D viewer at microscopic detail and discover related multimodal data features from the EBRAINS Knowledge Graph. Programmatic access via a Python client, HTTP API, and command line interface is in development, coming soon to EBRAINS. Integrate your own data of different scale and type to EBRAINS atlases to make them available in a common spatial framework for reuse and quantitative analysis. Use EBRAINS atlas analysis tools to extract, quantify, and compare data in specific brain regions