Thursday, January 3, 2013

Resting State Functional Connectivity Database

For those of you not in the know, there is a gimundo FMRI database comprising resting state datasets from research laboratories all over the world. (Meaning the United States, Belgium, Ireland, and the Netherlands.) Scanning parameters and sample features are included with each dataset, making it straightforward to download and analyze entire datasets with relative ease. This is my first time doing resting state functional connectivity analysis, as I have never before collected a dataset using this technique, and I will be sure to document my progress as I go along.

Thanks to Omar Maximo, who can dunk a basketball literally AND figuratively.

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