SRPBS
Multidisorder MRI
Dataset
The 3T MRI imaging dataset available
for commercial purposes.
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Data

Data

The dataset contains the following files.

1) Brain imaging dataset
- data
    - sub-****
        - rsfmri (Resting-state functional image [NIFTI format])
        - t1 (T1-weighted structural image [NIFTI format])

2) Participant demographic information
- participant.csv [ID, protocol, diagnosis, age, gender, hand, BDI score]

3) README
- README.txt (Explanation of demographic information)

4) MRI protocols
- MRI_protocols.xlsx (Scanning parameters for rs-fMRI and T1w)

5) QC results
- group_bold.tsv and group_T1w.tsv (output of MRIQC for rs-fMRI and T1w)

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History of update

  • (2020-09-17) data released.

Usage

How to download the dataset

All applicants who use dataset fill out the form for new registration. Your account information for login is issued via email automatically. You can use the data by logging in with that account.

This dataset is available for commercial purposes. Permission is granted to use the data given that you agree:

- That the dataset comes “AS IS”, without express or implied warranty. Although every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, ATR does not accept any responsibility for errors or omissions.

- That you do not redistribute this dataset or modified versions to any third party.

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