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Decoded Neurofeedback (DecNef) Project
Brain Data Repository
The data of the patients and the control participants were collected at the 8 sites, 14 scanners.
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Data

Data

1) Resting state functional connectivity (10-min, resting state fMRI)
- mat file [number of participants * number of functional connectivities]

2) Participant demograohics
- csv file [ID, age, gender, hand, rate of excluded volume, number of excluded volume]

Methods

Please refer to our published paper (Yahata et al.2014)* for detailed methods; preprocessing and atlas information to generate functional connectivity matrix.
* A Small Number of Abnormal Brain Connections Predicts Adult Autism Spectrum Disorder. Nature communications. 7:11254. doi: 10.1038/ncomms11254 (2016).

Consortium Sites

ATR

ATR

Scanner :
Siemens
Participants :
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) / Healthy controls (HC)
Number of Data :
OCD 4 / HC 108
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Tokyo Univ.

University of Tokyo

Scanner :
GE, Philips
Participants :
Depression (DEP) / Schizophrenia (SCZ) / Healthy controls (HC)
Number of Data :
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Not Available
Osaka Univ.

Osaka University

Scanner :
Siemens
Participants :
Intractable neuropathic pain (INP) / Post-stroke without pain (PSP) / Healthy controls (HC)
Number of Data :
INP 43 / PSP 10 / HC 29
Data Download
Showa Univ.

Showa University

Scanner :
Siemens
Participants :
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) / Schizophrenia (SCZ) / Healthy controls (HC)
Number of Data :
ASD 115 / SCZ 19 / HC 101
Data Download
Kyoto Univ.

Kyoto University

Scanner :
Siemens
Participants :
Schizophrenia (SCZ) / Depression (DEP) / Healthy controls (HC)
Number of Data :
SCZ 92 / DEP 16 / HC 234
Data Download
Hiroshima Univ.

Hiroshima University

Scanner :
GE, Siemens
Participants :
Depression (DEP) / Healthy controls (HC)
Number of Data :
DEP 173 / HC 261
Data Download

Collaborative Sites

Kyoto Pref. Univ.

Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine (KPUM)

Scanner :
Philips
Participants :
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
Number of Data :
OCD 9
Data Download
CiNet

CiNet (NICT)

Scanner :
Siemens
Participants :
Back pain / Healthy controls (HC)
Number of Data :
63 (Cambridge University)
33 (CiNet)
Cambridge Data Download
CiNet Data Download

Traveling Subjects Data

History of update

  • (2018-5-14) Traveling subjects data released.
  • (2018-4-23) Osaka University, Showa University, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine data released.
  • (2017-4-23) ATR data updated.
  • (2018-4-13) Kyoto University data released.
  • (2018-4-6) Hiroshima University data released.
  • (2017-4-5) ATR data updated.
  • (2017-11-21) CiNet data released.
  • (2017-11-10) ATR data released.

Usage

How to download the data

We invite investigators to apply for access to these data. Before applying your request, please read the privacy statement. Note that we collect number of applicants, number of data downloading from the database for reports to DecNef Project at some moment without private information. The brain data is allowed to use for noncommercial purpose only. You are asked to email to us attached a form of "Application Form for Data Usage" after filling your information and requirements.

  • Application Form for Data Usage : PDF, WORD

You will be notified by email about how to access the database, where you may log in and download data to your computer. If you have any questions about the brain data, please contact us by email.

NOTE: i) everyone who works with these data must review and agree to these terms, including those who are accessing shared copies of this data. If you are sharing data, please advise your co-researchers that they must register with these data repository and agree to these terms.

Privacy Statement

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The participant data from our research into the DecNef Brain Data Repository that is stored in our database system is de-identified, and contains no personal health information.

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