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Here is a list of all software I have designed over the years. Feel free to use them in your research. For a more up-to-date list of Software, please visit my GitHub account.



tailfindr is a R package for estimating poly(A)-tail lengths in Oxford Nanopore reads. It can work on both RNA and cDNA reads. For cDNA reads, in addition to estimating poly(A) tail length, it can also estimate poly(T) tail lengths in the complementary reads.

tailfindr can work on reads that have been basecalled with either standard or flipflop basecalling models.

Poly T tail highlighted in the raw squiggle

 Go to tailfindr Github repo


Analyze4d is a comprehensive tool for region-of-interest/time course analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data. This MATLAB-based tool is open source and is completely GUI based, so no experience of any programming language, whatsoever, is needed to use it.

Analyze4D has a number of tools to help you select regions of interest and analyze the time-series of voxels inside these regions of interest. Coupled with its ability to read common neuroimaging data formats, Analyze4D enables anyone involved with fMRI to use this tool for analyzing their data at any stage in their analysis.

 Go to Analyze4D website

View options

View data in axial, sagittal & coronal mosaics (tiles)

Data options

Import and display anatomical, structural and statistical images

Zoom & pan

Intuitively zoom and pan to home in on a particular voxel or group of voxels

Overlay mask

Overlay any kind of mask over the functional images

Overlay activation maps

Overlay activation maps on functional or structural images

Plot motion regressors

Plot motion regressors from SPM

Plot voxel time courses

Plot time courses of any voxels or group of voxels and overlay design matrix over them

Plot subtraction images

Plot subtraction images to observe scan-to-scan residual motion

Overlay ROIs from AAL atlas

Perform time course analysis on any of the 116 regions defined in AAL atlas in any space (subject or MNI)

Completely GUI driven

No programming experience required


Donders real-time fMRI pipeline

real-time-fmri-complex-adnaniazi.comI was involved in the development of Donders real-time fMRI pipeline. It is a completely MATLAB-based platform to design and conduct complete real-time fMRI neurofeedback studies.

Based on just single language, the pipeline is very flexible and easy to use. Whether it's experiment control, decoding, or dynamic stimulus generation, everything can be designed in our pipeline using MATLAB tools that we have specifically developed for each of these tasks.

Old versions of this pipeline are already included in FieldTrip distribution. The new vastly improved pipeline is however currently under active development. We will soon release a stable version of this pipeline.

Multilanguage Implicit Association Test (IAT) for measuring aggression

This is a computer based Implicit Association Test for measuring aggression. The IAT is designed in Millisecond Inquisit software so you will need to install Inquisit on the PC you want to run this IAT on. This particular IAT can be conducted in three different languages: German, Dutch, and English. The IAT is immediately followed by a demographic questionnaire.

 Watch a Demo of this IAT
Download Agression IAT

Inquisit standardized our IAT making it easier for everyone to use. You can download this revised version of our IAT below:
Download revised IAT from Inquisit

If you want to find more information about this IAT, please read the following paper:
 Effect of music tempo in First-Person Shooter on arousal and aggression

Feel free to drop me a line if you have any problem using this IAT.

Vividness of mental imagery questionnaire (VVIQ)

This is a computer-based vividness of mental imagery questionnaire (VVIQ) [1, 2, 3] designed in Millisecond Inquisit software. The VVIQ is immediately followed by a demographic questionnaire.

 Watch a Demo of VVIQ
Download VVIQ

1. David F. Marks. Visual imagery differences in the recall of pictures. British journal of psychology London England 1973, 64(1):17–24, 1973
2. VVIQ by David F. Marks. City University London
3. Paul J. Chara, Jr. and William S. Verplanck. The Imagery Questionnaire: An Investigation of its Validity