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I have to calculate some anatomic values on different brains so I have to work on different MRI images for my project. Where can I find MRI images for this?

  • Welcome to this site. Can you describe your question more with some context and background of your project and the research you've already done prior to asking this question? What exactly are you going to calculate? For what purpose? Personally I'd also suggest not to use "I" in questions. – Bob Ortiz Dec 7 '19 at 22:47
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    @BobOrtiz We get these kind of questions periodically and it's okay as is. It's just a resource request so OP doesn't really need to provide research or avoid personal pronouns. We have a prohibition on personal medical advice, not personal research advice. :-) – Carey Gregory Dec 7 '19 at 22:51
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Brain Imaging Data Structure (BIDS) is a simple and intuitive way to organize and describe neuroimaging and behavioral data. You can find it on bids.neuroimaging.io.

BIDS is heavily inspired by the format used internally by the OpenfMRI repository (now known as OpenNeuro.org). While working on BIDS we consulted many neuroscientists to make sure it covers most common experiments, but at the same time is intuitive and easy to adopt. The specification is intentionally based on simple file formats and folder structures to reflect current lab practices and make it accessible to a wide range of scientists coming from different backgrounds.

Full public datasets including MRI data (for data analysis) can be found on openneuro.org. Other BIDS example data can be found in this GitHub repository.

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