Neural ElectroMagnetic Ontologies (NEMO)

Neural ElectroMagnetic Ontologies (NEMO) is an NIH funded project that aims to create EEG and MEG ontologies and ontology based  tools. These resources will be used to support representation,  classification, and meta-analysis of brain electromagnetic data. The  three pillars of NEMO are: DATA, ONTOLOGY, and DATABASE.  NEMO data consist of raw EEG, averaged EEG (ERPs), and ERP data  analysis results. NEMO ontologies include concepts related to ERP data  (including spatial and temporal features of ERP patterns), data  provenance, and the cognitive and linguistic paradigms that were used to  collect the data. The NEMO database portal is a large repository that stores NEMO consortium data, data analysis results, and data provenance.

More information is available on the NEMO Wiki.