CONN source code (nightly development version, visit this link instead for downloading and installing CONN yearly release)
Working with CONN in computer cluster environments
Instructions for configuring and using CONN parallelization options in distributed clusters or High Performance Computing environments
Working with CONN remotely
Instructions for configuring CONN to work with remote projects (stored in SSH-accessible servers, institution cluster environments, or cloud-based computational platforms)
CONN-users forum (@NITRC)
Users are encouraged to post any questions about CONN, bug reports, or feature requests, to the NITRC CONN forum, where they will be often answered / addressed by other users or members of the CONN team directly.
CONN creates automated human-readable language describing in detail the methods used by CONN to process your data during preprocessing, denoising, first- and second- level analyses. We recommend authors to include these descriptions in the Methods section of their manuscript in order to foster consistent descriptions of all methodological details necessary to replicate the analyses.