Making data sharing work: The FCP/INDI experience

  title={Making data sharing work: The FCP/INDI experience},
  author={Maarten Mennes and Bharat B. Biswal and F. Xavier Castellanos and Michael P. Milham},
Over a decade ago, the fMRI Data Center (fMRIDC) pioneered open-access data sharing in the task-based functional neuroimaging community. Well ahead of its time, the fMRIDC effort encountered logistical, sociocultural and funding barriers that impeded the field-wise instantiation of open-access data sharing. In 2009, ambitions for open-access data sharing were revived in the resting state functional MRI community in the form of two grassroots initiatives: the 1000 Functional Connectomes Project… CONTINUE READING
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