NiMARE: Neuroimaging Meta-Analysis Research Environment

NiMARE is a Python package for neuroimaging meta-analyses. It makes conducting scary meta-analyses a dream!

To install NiMARE check out our installation guide.

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Citing NiMARE

If you use NiMARE in your research, we recommend citing the Zenodo DOI associated with the NiMARE version you used, as well as the NeuroLibre preprint for the NiMARE Jupyter book. You can find the Zenodo DOI associated with each NiMARE release at

BibTeX entries for NiMARE version 0.0.11.
# This is the NeuroLibre preprint.
doi = {10.55458/neurolibre.00007},
url = {},
year = {2022},
publisher = {The Open Journal},
volume = {1},
number = {1},
pages = {7},
author = {Taylor Salo and Tal Yarkoni and Thomas E. Nichols and Jean-Baptiste Poline and Murat Bilgel and Katherine L. Bottenhorn and Dorota Jarecka and James D. Kent and Adam Kimbler and Dylan M. Nielson and Kendra M. Oudyk and Julio A. Peraza and Alexandre Pérez and Puck C. Reeders and Julio A. Yanes and Angela R. Laird},
title = {NiMARE: Neuroimaging Meta-Analysis Research Environment},
journal = {NeuroLibre}

# This is the Zenodo citation for version 0.0.11.
author       = {Salo, Taylor and
                  Yarkoni, Tal and
                  Nichols, Thomas E. and
                  Poline, Jean-Baptiste and
                  Kent, James D. and
                  Gorgolewski, Krzysztof J. and
                  Glerean, Enrico and
                  Bottenhorn, Katherine L. and
                  Bilgel, Murat and
                  Wright, Jessey and
                  Reeders, Puck and
                  Kimbler, Adam and
                  Nielson, Dylan N. and
                  Yanes, Julio A. and
                  Pérez, Alexandre and
                  Oudyk, Kendra M. and
                  Jarecka, Dorota and
                  Enge, Alexander and
                  Peraza, Julio A. and
                  Laird, Angela R.},
title        = {neurostuff/NiMARE: 0.0.11},
month        = jan,
year         = 2022,
publisher    = {Zenodo},
version      = {0.0.11},
doi          = {10.5281/zenodo.5826281},
url          = {}

Then, to cite NiMARE in your manuscript, we recommend something like the following:

We used NiMARE v0.0.11 (RRID:SCR_017398; Salo et al., 2022a; Salo et al., 2022b).


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