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Interface update and bug fixesJul 28, 2013
The Neurosynth viewer just received a small interface update. Sliders have been tweaked, and you can now manually specify positive and negative thresholds. Other interface improvements are on the way.
A number of viewer issues have also been resolved; most notably, WebGL is no longer needed in order to view images, so Neurosynth should now work properly in any modern browser.
Having viewing troubles? Use a WebGL-enabled browserJun 26, 2013
If you're having trouble viewing images in Neurosynth, odds are you're using a version of Safari or another browser without WebGL enabled. Due to some changes to the viewer, Neurosynth currently requires WebGL in order to load images properly. This will hopefully be remedied in the near future; in the meantime, if you can't see any blobs, we suggest using Google Chrome, enabling WebGL, or using the old version of Neurosynth.
Location data is back!Jun 15, 2013
If you were wondering where the location data from the old version of Neurosynth went in the new version, wonder no longer! We just added a new locations section. It contains all of the same features as the old version: for any given voxel, you can now see all of the studies in the database that activate nearby, a ranked list of feature loadings, and a coactivation map displaying brain regions that tend to be reported in the same articles as the target voxel. We've also cranked up the resolution from 4 mm to 2 mm--Neurosynth now serves data on over 150,000 distinct voxels!