Registration is required to download HOMER2.

Visit the registration page here.

Registration enables us to report to the National Institutes of Health how many people are using the code. This, in turn, should enable us to continue to develop and support this code for public use. You will also be registered on the HOMER-users listserver so that you will receive information about HOMER updates and bug reports.

An email will be sent to the email address you give below directing you to a password protected web page from where you can download the HOMER2 distribution. Make sure to give a valid email address.

PLEASE NOTE: We would be very grateful if you could notify us of any studies you publish using HOMER.


Sample Data

Several groups are beginning to make their data sets available online.

We provide sample data sets for Homer here.

The data published in “Mental workload during n-back task—quantified in the prefrontal cortex using fNIRS” by Christian Herff et al. in Frontiers can be accessed here.

A sample data file from Xui Cui is available here.