The Princeton Neuroscience Institute has open source, freely-available toolboxes available for download:
- Princeton Full Correlation Matrix Analysis (FCMA) Toolbox, released in 2013, uses high performance computing (HPC) for exhaustively analyzing and classifying distributed patterns of correlation in fMRI data.
- Virtual Reality MATLAB Engine (ViRMEn), released in 2013, is a MATLAB-based software package for designing and running virtual reality experiments on animals.
- Princeton Functional Normalization Toolbox, released in 2010, is a Matlab toolbox for inter-subject alignment of cortical anatomy using fMRI data.
- Princeton Multi-Voxel Pattern Analysis (MVPA) Toolbox, released in 2006, is a suite of Matlab tools for analyzing and classifying distributed patterns of activity in fMRI data.