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faq:data_sharing [2018/07/11 13:14]
robert
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robert explain how to deal with personal data
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 The MEG and corresponding imaging data should be pseudonomized (i.e. using subject codes instead of names) and deidentified (i.e. no personal identifiable information contained in the files or data). For both MEG and MRI that means that the subject name and exact date of birth should not be stored in the header of the MEG dataset. For the MRI, the identifiable features of the imaging data (i.e. the face) should be removed. The MEG and corresponding imaging data should be pseudonomized (i.e. using subject codes instead of names) and deidentified (i.e. no personal identifiable information contained in the files or data). For both MEG and MRI that means that the subject name and exact date of birth should not be stored in the header of the MEG dataset. For the MRI, the identifiable features of the imaging data (i.e. the face) should be removed.
  
 +See [[http://​slideshare.net/​RobertOostenveld/​cuttingeeg-open-science-open-data-and-bids-for-eeg|this presentation]] with a conceptual explanation of how to deal with directly and indirectly identifying personal data.  ​
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