Qu|Nex: A Neuroimaging Analytic Environment for Pipeline Integration

The Quantitative Neuroimaging Environment & ToolboX (Qu|Nex) is a software suite that collectively supports an extensible framework for data organization, preprocessing, quality assurance, and analyses across neuroimaging modalities. The Qu|Nex suite is flexible and modular by design and is developed around its component interconnected sub-modules.


Architected for High Throughput ‘Turnkey’ Cloud Functionality & High-performance Computing

Qu|Nex is explicitly architected for scale and high throughput of ‘big data’, enabling parallel processing of 1000s of imaging sessions across subjects and sites.

Qu|Nex batch processing engine supports a flexible scheduler (SLURM / LSF or PBS)  that integrates with high-performance compute environments. Qu|Nex suite docker container is designed to integrate with the XNAT docker container service and scales in the AWS Cloud via Docker Swarm.

Qu|Nex suite provides a Turnkey pipeline engine for seamless analytic integration with other community tools such as FSL, Connectome Workbench, Human Connectome Pipelines Pipelines, PALM, Octave / Matlab, R Statistical Environment, and FreeSurfer to name a few.


Qu|Nex Container Provides an Integrated Neuroimaging Environment

Qu|Nex Container is architected for seamless integration with other community tools such as FSL, Connectome Workbench, Human Connectome Pipelines Pipelines, PALM, Octave, R Statistical Environment, and FreeSurfer to name a few. For a comprehensive list of integrated tools please refer to the Qu|Nex documentation.


Qu|Nex Quick Start

To get started with the Qu|Nex suite please refer to the Quick Start Guide.

Citing Qu|Nex

To cite the Qu|Nex suite please reference the following publication:
  • Anticevic, A., Tamayo, Z., Jie Lisa Ji, J.L., Murray, J., Adkinson, B., Schleifer, C., Kolobaric, A., Cho, Y.T., Kraljic, A., Purg, N., Slana, A., Repovs, G. Qu|Nex: Quantitative Neuroimaging Environment & ToolboX. (2019). Organization for Human Brain Mapping.