Mapping the human brain is one of the great scientific challenges of the 21st century.
The Human Connectome Project (HCP) has tackled key aspects of this challenge by charting the neural pathways that underlie brain function and behavior, including high-quality neuroimaging data in over 1100 healthy young adults.
Using greatly improved methods for data acquisition, analysis, and sharing, the HCP has provided the scientific community with data and discoveries that greatly enhance our understanding of human brain structure, function, and connectivity and their relationships to behavior.
The ‘HCP-style’ neuroimaging approach is generalizable and is being applied to other projects as well.
Summary: The 1200 Subjects release (final release of new subjects) includes behavioral and 3T MR imaging data from1206 healthy young adult participants collected in 2012-2015. 3T structural scans are available for 1113 subjects. 46 subjects have 3T HCP protocol Retest data available. 184 subjects have multimodal 7T MR imaging data available. 3T and 7T Diffusion data for all subjects have been re-preprocessed with an updated diffusion pipeline that removes noise caused by subject movement. 3T diffusion bedpostX analysis datasets have been added.
Release Date: Mar 01, 2017
A series of extensively processed datasets has been released by members of the HCP consortium. These include group average data, average functional connectivity, and parcellation + timeseries + netmats.
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Release Date: Dec 07, 2016