ATR Wide-Age-Range Brain Data Repository (resting state functional connectivity: RSFC) from ATR Wide-Age-Range Brain Database Project (WBP; funded by ImPACT Program of Council for Science, Technology and Innovation, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan) is openly available to the scientific community for examination and exploration. We obtained from 192 subjects in total during 10-min resting state fMRI scanning (eyes-open).
We invite investigators to apply for access to these data from WBP. 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 ImPACT Program 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 "Declaration of Consent" after filling your information and requirements.
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 WBP data must review and agree to these terms, including those who are accessing shared copies of this data. If you are sharing WBP data, please advise your co-researchers that they must register with WBP data repository and agree to these terms.
|Title :||Resting state functional connectivity|
|Free Keywords :||fMRI, resting state, AAL, shen2013, wide age|
|Contributor :||ATR Wide-Age-Range Brain Database Consortium|
|Item Type :||Data|
|Experimenter :||ATR Wide-Age-Range Brain Database Consortium|
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Data collection and sharing for this project was provided by the Wide-Age-Range Brain Database Project (WBP). The WBP Data are provided by Advanced Telecommunication Research Institute International, Kyoto, Japan.
Data used in the preparation of this work were obtained from the Wide-Age-Range Brain Database Project Repository (http://bicr-resource.atr.jp/impact/). The WBP data is the result of efforts of co-investigators from the ATR Cognitive Mechanisms Laboratories and Neural Information Analysis Laboratories, Kyoto, Japan.
WBP was funded by funded by ImPACT Program of Council for Science, Technology and Innovation, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan. The data is brought to you by ATR ImPACT Wide-Age-Range Brain Data Consortium in Kyoto.
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