status: Recognised & Endorsed

Chair (s): Etienne Roesch

Group Email: [group_email]

Secretariat Liaison:

The Neuroimaging Data WG fulfils the RDA’s mission to build the social and technical bridges that enable open sharing and re-use of data in the domain of neuroimaging. The WG envisions a neuroimaging research landscape in which knowledge is generated in a reproducible fashion (in terms of data, analysis and computation) and coupled with the ability to reuse and extend these studies by others in the community. We aim to shift the way neuroimaging research is performed and reported, with the development and implementation of technology that supports reproducibility at the levels of data management, analysis and utilisation for both within- and between-lab opportunities, including the use of widely distributed and/or large populations to address basic and clinical research questions. In short, the ReproNim vision is to help neuroimaging researchers: Find and Share data in a FAIR fashion (discover resources); Comprehensively describe their data and analysis workflows (describe research processes); and Manage their computational resource options (do analysis).



August 30th RDA Community Cross-Fertilisation Workshop on Disciplinary Data

by Beth Knazook

An upcoming RDA community cross-fertilisation workshop focused on disciplinary research needs is happening at 10:00 UTC on August 30th. Participating groups include Linguistics, Biodiversity, and Life Sciences, with a roundtable discussion from RDA/EOSC Future Domain Ambassadors in those research fields as well as Materials Sciences and Engineering, Social Sciences, and Ethics and Law. We're looking forward to a lively discussion! 
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Invitation to participate in 'A Decade of Data: 10 Years of the RDA' events and activities

by Connie Clare

Good day, The RDA Secretariat would like to invite the Neuroimaging Data WG to participate in ‘A Decade of Data’: Celebrating 10 Years of the Research Data Alliance’. 10 months to celebrate 10 years of the RDA
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