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Wednesday, November 10th, 2010, 3:07 pm

MRI Tagging

Tagged heart

Sudden change in plans and improvement of research direction leads me to the exploration of MRI tagging, which proves to be difficult when one tries to actually find raw data to work with, not information about it. In the coming days I plan to prepare a post explaining to people where they can obtain tagged data of the brain and the heart (trying to help others solve the problem which occupies many hours of my time). The Internet is extremely mature when it comes to sharing of text and sometimes even audio and film, copyright being an obvious barrier. When it comes to medical data, however, it is another story altogether, even if it’s totally anonymised. Personally, I’ve put 3-D scans of my brain on this Web site, hoping to provide people with the sort of data I sometimes struggle to get a hold of.

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