GSP: The Brain Genomics Superstruct Project Open Access Data Release provides a carefully vetted collection of neuroimaging, behavior, cognitive, and personality data for over 1,500 uniformly collected human participants. [Holmes et al., 2015][PDF]
OASIS: The Open Access Series of Imaging Studies (OASIS) provides cross-sectional (n=416 ages 18-96) and longitudinal (n=150) structural data across the lifespan for nondemented and demented older adults. [Marcus et al., 2007; 2009]
F1000: The 1000 Functional Connectomes Project provides 1200+ ‘resting state’ functional MRI (R-fMRI) datasets independently collected across 33 sites. [Biswal et al., 2010]
Survana: Survana is a toolkit built by the Center for Brain Science Neuroinformatics Group to deploy secure, scalable, online data collection using web and mobile platforms.
XNAT: The eXtensible Neuroimaging Archive Toolkit is an open-source imaging informatics software platform dedicated to facilitating imaging-based research. XNAT’s core functions manage importing, archiving, processing and securely distributing imaging and related study data. [Marcus et al., 2007]
FIV: The Functional Image Viewer, also known as FIV, is a tool for visualizing functional and anatomic MRI scans. It replaced the rustic original Martinos Center xds and now itself is ancient.
Human Connectome Project: The Human Connectome Project (HCP) is a major NIH initiative to openly distribute advanced connectivity data on human participants. Data available from the Harvard/MGH-UCLA Project can be found here.
Cortical Parcellations: The parcellations from Yeo et al (2011) of the cerebral cortex into 7 and 17 networks in FreeSurfer surface space and nonlinear MNI152 are available for download. They are also available here in Caret space. [Yeo et al., 2011]
Cerebellum Parcellations: The parcellations from Buckner et al (2011) of the cerebellum into 7 and 17 networks in FreeSurfer nonlinear MNI152 are available for download. They are also available here in SUIT space. [Buckner et al., 2011]
Striatum Parcellations: The parcellations from Choi et al (2012) of the striatum into 7 and 17 networks in FreeSurfer nonlinear MNI152 are available for download. [Choi et al., 2011]
Movies: Some movies of functional connectivity networks.