Neuroinformatics (2018) 16:149–150 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12021-018-9379-8 EDITORIAL Neuroimaging Neuroinformatics: Sample Size and Other Evolutionary Topics David N. Kennedy Published online: 27 April 2018 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature 2018 The field of neuroinformatics has come a long way since this So as a parting perspective of a soon to be ex-Co-Editor-in- journal was founded in 2003. Many neuroinformatics-based Chief, let me expound upon a number of topics from these tools, resources and initiatives have been developed, and con- years: tinue to evolve in order to provide critical infrastructure support to expand the study of neuroscience. Over these first fifteen 1) The ‘Curse of Innovation’ years of this journal, Drs. De Schutter, Ascoli and I have striven Sometimes ‘innovation’ seems to be more valued than to bring a broad perspective to this diverse field. However, to ‘utility’. This problem is seen both in manuscripts sub- keep the spirit of the journal fresh and up to date, the time has mission guidelines (for any journal) as well as in many come to initiate some gentle evolution of the leadership of the grant funding guidelines. Particularly in cases where journal. In order to better serve the neuroimaging subdomain, ground truth is
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