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Module to use the annotations created with NeuroCurator.

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NeuroAnnotation Toolbox (NAT)

Python module to use the annotations created with NeuroCurator, for example in a Jupyter notebook.

This framework has been described in details in the following open-access paper:

NAT provides the necessary functions and utilities to:

  • reliably annotate the neuroscientific literature,
  • curate published values for modeling parameters,
  • save them in reusable corpora.

Getting Started


System side:

Python side:


pip install nat


Versions and their notable changes are listed in the releases section.

Releases are synchronized with the ones of NeuroCurator.


Created during 2016.

Ongoing stabilization and reengineering in the branch refactor-architecture.

The branch refactor-architecture is not intended to be used by end-users.

New features, bug fixes and improvements are done on the reengineered code sections.

When a reengineered code section is stable, it's merged into the branch master and a release is published.

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