NeuroMorpho.org: An online, centralized repository of digitally reconstructed neurons. Contains contributions from over two-dozen labs.
L-Measure: A freely available online Java applet (or downloadable application) to extract quantitative morphological measurements from neuronal reconstructions.
NEURON: A free application for the visual, quantitative, and morphometic analysis of digitally reconstructed neurons, within a powerful modeling environment.
GENESIS: A freely available, general purpose simulation platform for neural systems. Support for parallel and networked computers is available as well.
Neuromantic: Neuromantic is a free application for the semi-manual or semi-automatic reconstruction of neurons from image stacks.
NeuronIQ: A free, fully automated application for the reconstruction of neurons from laser confocal images, including the detection and analysis of dendritic spines.
Synapse Web: Hosts a suite of tools for analysis and reconstruction of three-dimensional objects from serial electron microscopy sections.
Cvapp: A free application for the editing and conversion of morphology files. Contains support for various file formats. Requires the Java Runtime Environment to be installed.
ImageJ: A public domain image processing application available for download or online as a Java applet. Many plug-ins are also available.
Organization for Computational Neurosciences Annual meeting for presenting experimental and theoretical results exploring the biology of computation in the brain.
Society for Neuroscience Annual meeting for researchers, organizations, and commercial companies working in the field of neuroscience.
Auto-Quant X: Commercial deconvolution and visualization package from MediaCyberntics Inc., with support for blind deconvolution where a point spread function (PSF) is not needed.
Auto-Neuron: Commercial plug-in module for Neurolucida, developed by Microbrightfield Inc., for the reconstruction of neurons from image stacks.