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faq:data_sharing [2018/07/11 13:15]
robert explain how to deal with personal data
faq:data_sharing [2018/08/23 08:52] (current)
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-There is not per se a perfect ​ format for sharing the dataset, so you have to be pragmatic and where needed consider the peculiarities of your dataset. We recommend that you follow the [[http://​bids.neuroimaging.io/​|Brain Imaging Data Structure]] (BIDS), for which an introduction has been published [[http://​www.nature.com/​articles/​sdata201644|here]]. ​+There is not per se a perfect format for sharing the dataset, so you have to **be pragmatic** and where needed consider the peculiarities of your dataset. We recommend that you follow the [[http://​bids.neuroimaging.io/​|Brain Imaging Data Structure]] (BIDS), for which an MRI oriented ​introduction has been published [[http://​www.nature.com/​articles/​sdata201644|here]] and the MEG version has been published [[https://​www.nature.com/​articles/​sdata2018110|here]].
  
-The MEG extension ​is now part of the main BIDS specification,​ see [[https://​www.nature.com/​articles/​sdata2018110|here]]Other extensions are still in draft status, but sufficiently well-defined to provide guidance. See [[http://​bit.ly/​bids_eeg|this Google doc for EEG]] and [[http://​bit.ly/​bids_ieeg|this one for intracranial EEG]], including sEEG and ECoG.+BIDS is an active project that is expanding through so-called ​BIDS extension proposals (BEPs)Some extensions are still in draft status, but sufficiently well-defined to provide guidance. See [[http://​bit.ly/​bids_eeg|this Google doc for EEG]] and [[http://​bit.ly/​bids_ieeg|this one for intracranial EEG]], including sEEG and ECoG.