How to cite NeuroVault in papers.

If you uploaded maps to NeuroVault and want to reference them in your paper please include the Compact Identifier (https://identifiers.org/neurovault.collection:...; see collection landing page for details) of your collection. In case your paper is under review and you wish to keep your collection private use the collections private URL and replace it with the Compact Identifier during the proofreading stage. Don't forget to make your collection public and update its metadata with the DOI of the related publication after the paper gets published.
In addition, if you want to give credit to people who built and run NeuroVault.org please cite:

Gorgolewski KJ, Varoquaux G, Rivera G, Schwartz Y, Ghosh SS, Maumet C, Sochat VV, Nichols TE, Poldrack RA, Poline J-B, Yarkoni T and Margulies DS (2015) NeuroVault.org: a web-based repository for collecting and sharing unthresholded statistical maps of the brain. Front. Neuroinform. 9:8. doi: 10.3389/fninf.2015.00008

If you used the gene decoding function implemented in NeuroVault please cite:

Gorgolewski KJ, Fox AS, Chang L, Schäfer A, Arélin K, Burmann I, Sacher J, Margulies DS (2014) Tight fitting genes: finding relations between statistical maps and gene expression patterns. F1000Posters, 5:1607. doi: 10.7490/f1000research.1097120.1

If you downloaded surface data (.gii files) please cite:

Wu J, Ngo GH, Greve DN, Li J, He T, Fischl B, Eickhoff SB, Yeo BTT (2018) Accurate nonlinear mapping between MNI volumetric and FreeSurfer surface coordinate systems. Human Brain Mapping, in press. doi: 10.1002/hbm.24213