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Funding: We gratefully acknowledge Karin Foerde, Barbara Knowlton, and
Russell Poldrack, who provided their ds000011 data to OpenfMRI. We
would like to thank Russell Poldrack for giving advice on re-using
the data. We also gratefully acknowledge Krzysztof Gorgolewski,
William Triplett, and others at OpenfMRI for their feedback. The
INCF provided funding for the use of Git Large File Storage
(Git-LFS). Alex Bowring, Camille Maumet, and Thomas Nichols were
supported by the Wellcome Trust. Ruth Pauli was supported by the
BBSRC-funded Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership