In article <4ju88h$jmu at eis.wfunet.wfu.edu>, laubach at biogfx.neuro.wfu.edu (Mark Laubach) writes:
|> I am very much interested in the idea of electronic
|> publishing, not only of papers but also of the data sets upon which
|> the papers are based and of the code for the analysis of the data.
|> I think those of us who use
|> computer-intensive methods in the neurosciences could do our community
|> some good if we try this ourselves. This includes not only
|> neurophysiol types like myself, but also those working on cellular
|> physiology and computational modelling. I hope to bring this idea up
|> at the CNS meeting this summer.
|>|> What do you think?
I think this is the future of Neuroscience publication.
Check out http://www.cnl.salk.edu/CNL/ (my old lab). They have downloadable
papers, dissertation theses and simulation code.