XBAM is an fMRI analysis package which has been developped at the Institute of Psychiatry since 1995.
XBAM is currently being developed by Professor Mick Brammer and Dr Vincent Giampietro.
XBAM has been used in hundreds of published scientific papers (most of the publications returned by Web of Science when searching for Professor Mick Brammer will have used XBAM).
Click here to get a summary of the XBAM methods as well as the relevant references.
XBAM runs on most Unix/Linux based system. It has been successfully compiled and tested on Solaris, Red Hat, CentOS, Scientific Linux, Suse, Mandriva, Mac OS X and Windows (using Cygwin).
XBAM has been fully tested in 32bit and 64bit modes, the latter being the default.
You will find a step-by-step XBAM_v4 tutorial in the XBAM_v4/docs folder.
The latest stable version is XBAM_v4.1 and the latest source code was released on 17th May 2012.
Please contact Dr Vincent Giampietro if you would like to download the software or if you would like more information.