[Mne_analysis] [Neuroimaging] [ANN] MNE-Python 0.21
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> On Sep 21, 2020, at 8:52 AM, Alexandre Gramfort <alexandre.gramfort at inria.fr> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> We are very pleased to announce the new 0.21 release of MNE-Python!
> A few highlights
> Mixed and volume source estimates can now be visualized in 3D with volumetric rendering.
> Added support for plotting cortex “flat maps”.
> 3D rendering in Jupyter notebooks thanks to a new backend.
> PyVista is now the default 3D backend. Mayavi is no longer required (except for coregistration).
> Added support for plotting of covariance topomaps.
> Improvements to 3D dipole plotting with MRI overlay.
> Added support for eSSS.
> Automated muscle artifact detection.
> ICA.find_bads_ecg() can now automatically determine the threshold for the CTPS method.
> Added support for the Reference Electrode Standardization Technique (REST) infinity reference.
> Various improvements to visualization and processing of fNIRS data.
> Data reading
> The new function mne.io.read_raw() automatically selects to correct reader based on the provided filename
> Support reading of Persyst data format
> Support reading of Nihon Kohden data format
> Support reading of SNIRF data format
> Notable API changes
> The function mne.preprocessing.mark_flat has been deprecated in favor of mne.preprocessing.annotate_flat() to increase API consistency: we now have annotate_flat(), annotate_movement(), and annotate_muscle_zscore().
> The default argument meg=True in mne.pick_types() will change to meg=False in version 0.22. Please be sure to update your code.
> Python 3.6+ is now required
> This release drops support for Python versions before 3.6. Python 3.6 was released almost 4 years ago, and removing support for earlier versions allows us to take advantage of some new, helpful language features.
> Full changelog
> For a full list of improvements and API changes, see:
> https://mne.tools/stable/whats_new.html#version-0-21 <https://mne.tools/stable/whats_new.html#version-0-21>
> Find the full documentation at https://mne.tools/ <https://mne.tools/stable/index.html>
> Installing the new release
> Since quite a few things – including dependencies – have changed, we recommend creating a new environment with a “fresh” installation. Please follow the installation instructions on our website:
> https://mne.tools/stable/install/mne_python.html <https://mne.tools/stable/install/mne_python.html>
> As usual, we welcome your bug reports, feature requests, critiques, and contributions. Development takes place on GitHub. If you would like to contribute, star the project, or just take a peek at the code, visit https://github.com/mne-tools/mne-python <https://github.com/mne-tools/mne-python>.
> You may follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mne_news <https://twitter.com/mne_news>
> We hope you will enjoy the new features and many, many small improvements we have added, and are looking forward to receiving your feedback.
> Stay safe and take care!
> The MNE-Python developers
> MNE-Python is a community-driven project. We are always very happy to welcome new contributors of code and documentation! 41 people contributed to this release, and 11 of them contributed for the very first time – thank you so much for your time and effort, we truly appreciate it!
> This is the list of contributors in alphabetical order (first-time contributors marked with a “+”):
> Adam Li
> Adonay Nunes
> Alejandro Weinstein
> Alex Rockhill
> Alexandre Gramfort
> Anton Nikolas Waniek
> Britta Westner
> Christian O'Reilly
> Clemens Brunner
> Daniel McCloy
> Eric Larson
> Evgenii Kalenkovich
> Fede Raimondo
> Guillaume Favelier
> Hubert Banville
> Jeroen Van Der Donckt +
> Johann Benerradi +
> Kyle Mathewson +
> Lau Møller Andersen +
> Liberty Hamilton +
> Luke Bloy
> Lx37 +
> Mainak Jas
> Marijn van Vliet
> Martin Billinger
> Martin Schulz +
> Martin van Harmelen
> Mikolaj Magnuski
> Olaf Hauk
> Rahul Nadkarni +
> Richard Höchenberger
> Robert Luke
> Sara Sommariva
> Simeon Wong +
> Stefan Appelhoff
> Steven Bierer +
> Svea Marie Meyer +
> Teon Brooks
> Thomas Hartmann
> Yu-Han Luo
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