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We’re in Beta
Several of the BRAIN Commons features are now live and in beta testing. This means our product is new and you may encounter a few bugs or notice that some of the features could use some improvements. We want the community to be a part of developing our user experience as our tools and data evolve over time.
Our BRAIN Commons membership list is growing, and so is our data
Our data is research-ready – this means we’ve done all the heavy lifting. All of the data is de-identified and has been curated and harmonized to a BRAIN Commons Data Model. This data currently includes clinical data (e.g., clinical assessment, demographic, enrollment, and medical and family history data), self-report, lab, wearable and imaging data from 13 studies including more than 7,000 participants with Parkinson’s Disease. We plan to add GWAS and biomarker data in the future, as well as data from participants with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Please see Become A User to learn more about our tiered data access and registration process.
Our BRAIN Commons tools are evolving to accommodate our users
During Beta our tools are still new. This means we need your help to make our tools better and support your typical workflows and research needs. Our exploration and visualization tools will evolve over time as we learn more from our users and add more data. Please see Tools to learn more about the tools currently available in the BRAIN Commons.
Feedback is welcome
The BRAIN Commons team is committed to getting feedback from our early users as we build this unique resource. You may find bugs or have ideas about features that would enhance your BRAIN Commons journey. Please share these with us so that we may continue to improve your user experience!