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This is a new version of the MyConnectome dataset (Poldrack et al., 2015). See http://myconnectome.org for more information.

This is a newly BIDS-ified version that replaces the original version (v00001) uploaded in 2018. Code u sed to perform conversion can be found at https://github.com/poldrack/ds000031_conversion

Comments added by Openfmri Curators to previous version - need to be checked for this version

General Comments ---------------- - The EchoTime and RepetitionTime values that appear in the .json values were taken from the dicom header printouts that are located in sourcedata. However, no units were provided and many of these seemed to be off by three decimals. Thus, we converted them between seconds and milliseconds according to our best judgement.

Known Issues ------------ - The EchoTime and RepetitionTime for the images in this dataset, which were taken from the dicom headers (located in sourcedata) do not match those mentioned in the paper in all cases.

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Myconnectome
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  •   participants.json
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  •   task-dots_bold.json
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  •   task-language_events.json
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  •   task-nback_events.json
  •   task-objects_bold.json
  •   task-objects_events.json
  •   task-rest_bold.json
  •   task-retinotopy_bold.json
  •   task-spatialwm_bold.json
  •   task-spatialwm_events.json
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By andrewstier@uchicago.edu - about 3 years ago
Hi, are the confound metadata files available?
By poldrack@gmail.com - about 3 years ago
what in particular are you looking for? we have not yet processed these data through fmriprep because it doesn't yet handle large datasets with so many sessions.
By andrewstier@uchicago.edu - about 3 years ago
I have been looking at the fmriprep outputs from https://www.openfmri.org/dataset/ds000031/

I am wondering which masks were used and how much variance is explained by the each of the 6 a/tCompCor outputs, but can't seem to find the metadata file for the confounds.

Thanks in advance!


By poldrack@gmail.com - about 3 years ago
ah, sorry, I forgot that those were still available at the legacy site. I unfortunately don't have those metadata available.
By andrewstier@uchicago.edu - about 3 years ago
Thanks for your quick reply! Are the performance data for the task runs available?
By poldrack@gmail.com - about 3 years ago
yes, though it will take some time to organize them. are there particular tasks of interest?
By poldrack@gmail.com - about 3 years ago
yes, though it will take some time to organize them. are there particular tasks of interest?
By poldrack@gmail.com - about 3 years ago
yes, though it will take a bit of time to organize them. are there particular tasks you are interested in?
By crlagos@uc.cl - over 3 years ago
Hi! I've been extensively looking for exercise data but I can't find it. According to myconnectome.org the Garmin Connect and .FIT files should be on TACC, but I'm not getting it.

Thanks a lot for your help!
By poldrack@gmail.com - over 3 years ago
hi - unfortunately that was planned but didn't actually work out as I had trouble with the tracker.
By crlagos@uc.cl - over 3 years ago
Thank you very much for your answer!
By gopikrishna79@gmail.com - about 4 years ago
Is information on the exact date and time of the scan available ? I couldnt find that info in the DICOM header, but I may not be looking in the right place. Please let me know
By poldrack@gmail.com - almost 4 years ago
hi - sorry I missed this before. The date information are available here: http://web.stanford.edu/group/poldracklab/myconnectome-data/base/behavior/trackingdata.txt

I don't have exact times, but for sessions through 104, any scan done on a tuesday or thursday was done at 7 am, and any scan done on a monday was done at 5 pm IIRC
By fanshilinguge@gmail.com - over 1 year ago
Hi, thanks for sharing the data. I am using the data for fMRI analysis exercises. But I could not find the information about the slice oder. It will be appreciable if you could tell me how to get these information.
By fanshilinguge@gmail.com - over 1 year ago
Hi, thanks for sharing the data. I am using the data for fMRI analysis exercises. But I could not find the information about the slice oder. It will be appreciable if you could tell me how to get these information.