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Database for resting state functional connectivity studies. Functional connectivity has shown tremendous promise in mapping the intrinsic functional topography of the brain, evaluating neuroanatomical models, and investigating neurological and psychiatric disease. Brainscape includes a repository of public and private data and an analysis engine for exploring the correlation structure of spontaneous fluctuations in the fMRI BOLD signal. (DICOM data is the image format that can be uploaded.)<br />
With Brainscape you can upload, analyze, and share your own data. You can search for, download, and analyze studies in the repository of shared data. <br />
The analysis engine works by selecting one or more studies, typing in the coordinates of a brain region of interest, and the seed-region correlation engine computes the correlation structure across the whole brain. (T1, T2 and EPI data are the scan types Brainscape can process.)
You decide who can access your data. You can keep it to yourself, share with select colleagues, or share it with everyone.
The Brainscape database and analysis tools are open source and freely available. ools are open source and freely available.
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