The MRSHub is a curated collection of resources for the analysis of magnetic resonance spectroscopy data. It is maintained by the Committee for MRS Code and Data Sharing of the MR Spectroscopy Study Group of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), and was called to life at the annual ISMRM meeting in Montréal, Canada, in 2019.

This website wants to provide a comprehensive collection of software tools, code snippets, repositories, and other useful resources. Novice MRS users can use it as a launchpad to explore the many facets or MRS data analysis. Experienced researchers and method developers can collaborate to build on each others efforts, and disseminate their software through a single, centralized hub.

The Committee for MRS Code and Data Sharing is committed to the mission of making MRS data analysis software free, open-source, well-documented, and accessible to MRS researchers of all backgrounds and levels of experience. We hope to contribute to methodological consensus and standardization, encourage collaboration and community-based development, and propel the field of MRS towards fulfilling its great potential.