2. Credits

2.1. Authors

2.1.1. NWB-N: Version 1.1.x and later

Version 1.1.x of the NWB-N format, Version 1.2.x and later of the specification language, and Version 1.x and later of the NWB storage documents have been created by Oliver Ruebel and Andrew Tritt et al. in collaboration with original members of the NWB pilot project at the University of California in Berkeley and San Francisco and at the Allen Institute for Brain Science.

2.1.2. NWB-N: Version 1.0.x and earlier

Version 1.0.5g (and earlier) of the NWB file format and Version 1.1c (and earlier) of the specification language were created by Jeff Teeters et al. as part of the first NWB pilot project. The documents governing the specification language and format have been adopted from the final versions released by the original NWB pilot project.

2.2. Acknowledgments

2.2.1. 2016 - 2017

Note

#TODO Add Acknowledgement for LBL Kavli project and acknowledge other projects as well

2.2.2. 2015 - 2016

The Neurodata Without Borders: Neurophysiology Initiative is funded by GE, the Allen Institute for Brain Science, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), The Kavli Foundation and the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility. Our founding scientific partners are the Allen Institute, the Svoboda Lab at the Janelia Research Campus of HHMI, the Meister Lab at the California Institute of Technology, the Buzsaki Lab at New York University School of Medicine, and the University of California, Berkeley. Ovation.io is our founding development partner. Ken Harris at University College London provided invaluable input and advice.

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