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The MEG1 release includes high quality MEG scans from 14 healthy adults (all members of monozygotic twin pairs) collected at rest (rMEG) and during 3 tasks (tMEG) that measure sensory, motor, and cognitive task performance.
To achieve 10 full datasets each of rMEG and each tMEG task, data from more than 10 subjects are included. This includes 3 subjects with MEG data, plus released data for the rest of the HCP protocol (T1w and T2w MRI, rfMRI, tfMRI, dMRI, and behavioral measures). MRI and behavioral measures for the remaining 11 subjects will be released as part of the upcoming HCP 500 Subjects Release scheduled for late spring 2014.
The MEG1 release includes:
In addition to MEG data, which is available for download via ConnectomeDB, the pipelines HCP used to process the MEG1 release data, megconnectome software version 1.0, are available for download and use.
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