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8:09 PM | November 22, 2012
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A fascinating paper by neuroscientists Van Horn and Gazzaniga chronicles their pioneering, but not entirely successful, attempt to get researchers sharing their brain scans: Why share data? Lessons learned from the fMRIDC.It all started in 1999 when, along with some colleagues, they decided that the time was right for data sharing in neuroimaging. They got some public funding, and tried to get various major neuroscience journals to require that anyone publishing an fMRI study should make their […]

Van Horn JD & Gazzaniga MS (2012). Why share data? Lessons learned from the fMRIDC., NeuroImage, PMID:

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