This sustainable archive supports the sharing and exchange of biomedical research data, accepts data generated by the biomedical research community and makes these data freely available. Biomedical imaging data from humans and animal models are available for download with descriptive metadata, and in some cases, associated clinical, microarray, or other biomedical data.
The CCDB is a publicly-accessible resource that allows researchers to query and download unique datasets derived from high resolution light microscopy and electron tomography. The CCDB accepts data contributions from the community and is developing a set of tools for management of imaging data.
The ICBM Subject Database is a web-based database infrastructure that simplifies image dataset collection, organization and dissemination. The data can be queried using a combination of subject demographics and scan-related attributes. Authorized users may view representations of the data and form collections of datasets that can be downloaded or fed directly into the Pipeline environment for distributed processing and analysis.
The Debian Neuroscience repository provides mostly neuroscience-related packages to be used on Debian systems (or Debian-derivatives like Ubuntu).
The NeuroImaging Platform collects information about neuroimaging research and provides them to researchers all over the world. You can access bibliographic information of text book and peer reviewed journal papers. For practical purposes, programs to present the stimuli, analysis software, and raw data in neuroimaging experiments with various methods such as functional MRI (fMRI), MEG, and NIRS are also included.
The Neuroimaging Informatics Tools and Resources Clearinghouse facilitates the finding and comparison of neuroimaging resources for fMRI and related structural analyses. Individuals can contribute their own tools and resources. NITRC also hosts a number of datasets, most notably the 1000 Functional Connectomes resting state fMRI project.
This website serves as the portal through which neuroimaging data (anatomical MRI, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), and MR spectroscopy) from the NIH MRI Study of Normal Brain Development can be obtained by qualified researchers. Clinical and behavioral measures such as neurological examinations, behavioral ratings, neuropsychological testing, structured psychiatric interviews, and hormonal measures from urine and saliva samples are also available.
This software allows researchers to combine probabilistic cytoarchitectonic maps with functional imaging data.
SumsDB is a repository of brain-mapping data (surfaces and volumes; structural and functional data) from many laboratories. This site also provides WebCaret, an online visualization tool for viewing SumsDB datasets.
The Talairach software provides spatial normalization of human neuroimaging data, and includes three components: (1) Talairach Client: a Java application for finding individual and batch labels as well as command-line tools for accessing the daemon, (2) Talairach Applet: a web application for the daemon which includes graphical overlays and nearest gray matter searches, (3) Talairach Daemon: a high-speed database server for querying and retrieving data about human brain structure over the internet.