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The Brainomics/Localizer database

Abstract : The Brainomics/Localizer database exposes part of the data collected by the in house Localizer project, which planned to acquire four types of data from volunteer research subjects: anatomical MRI scans, functional MRI data, behavioral and demographic data, and DNA sampling. Over the years, this local project has been collecting such data from hundreds of subjects. We had selected 94 of these subjects for their complete datasets, including all four types of data, as the basis for a prior publication; the Brainomics/Localizer database publishes the data associated with these 94 subjects. Since regulatory rules prevent us from making genetic data available for download, the database serves only anatomical MRI scans, functional MRI data, behavioral and demographic data. To publish this set of heterogeneous data, we use dedicated software based on the open-source CubicWeb semantic web framework. Through genericity in the data model and flexibility in the display of data (web pages, CSV, JSON, XML), CubicWeb helps us expose these complex datasets in original and efficient ways.
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Dimitri Papadopoulos-Orfanos, Michel Vittot, Yannick Schwartz, Philippe Pinel, Antonio Moreno, et al.. The Brainomics/Localizer database. NeuroImage, Elsevier, 2015, Data Sharing, ⟨10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.09.052⟩. ⟨cea-01213448⟩



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