UCLA Multimodal Connectivity Database

The UCLA Multimodal Connectivity Database - http://umcd.humanconnectomeproject.org - is a web-based analysis site and data repository for connectivity matrices that have been derived from neuroimaging data. The site is powered by the MGH/UCLA Human Connectome Project. Anyone can browse and analyze connectivity matrices that researchers have shared on this site. The data comes from different imaging modalities (fMRI, DTI, structural MRI, EEG), subject groups, and studies. The website allows users to choose any network shared by another user, compute graph theoretical metrics on the fly, and visualize the results.

Specifications

Category:Data, Web Resource, Image Display, Rendering
License:Web Application - Free to use
Development Status:5 - Production/Stable/Mature
Domain:MR
Environment:Web Environment
Natural Language:English
Operating System:OS Independent
Programming Language:Python

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Paper describing the UMCD posted by Jesse Brown on Dec 3, 2012

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MGH/UCLA Human Connectome Project posted by Jesse Brown on Jan 31, 2012

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Easy batch upload option for datasets with multiple subjects posted by Jesse Brown on Aug 1, 2011

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