Announcing updates to the 1200 Subject restricted data available in ConnectomeDB:
Viewing/downloading these restricted data from ConnectomeDB requires HCP restricted data access. If you would like to apply for restricted data access download the application here.
If you have downloaded the S1200 restricted data since the March 1, 2017 release, we recommend updating your files with the current family structure data.
We have also updated the documentation to fully describe the new measures and add overall summary data of total numbers of subjects with data for the HCP protocol modalities, numbers of MZ and DZ twins, and family structure types.
Specifically, look for changes in these HCP S1200 Reference Manual sections: Introduction and Overview (pp. 7-20), S1200 HCP Subject Family Structure (pp. 78-81), Zygosity, Genotyping, Family and Parent IDs (pp. 180-182).
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