[okfn-discuss] Hosting of open data for science

Finn Årup Nielsen fn at imm.dtu.dk
Wed Dec 12 14:18:01 UTC 2012

Hi Alex and Gaël,

On 12-12-2012 14:00, Alex Shkotin wrote:

> try http://support.google.com/fusiontables/answer/2571232/

Google Fusion Tables for fMRI data? Does that work? I would be surprised.

What about OpenfMRI? It might be easier than fMRIDC. My notes on 
OpenfMRI are here: http://neuro.imm.dtu.dk/wiki/OpenfMRI

Nice initiative, Gaël!

- Finn Årup Nielsen

> 2012/12/12 Gael Varoquaux <gael.varoquaux at normalesup.org
> <mailto:gael.varoquaux at normalesup.org>>
>     Hi list,
>     I am trying to host a 160Mb dataset on a password-free site. It's a
>     scientific dataset (namely fMRI data from a classic experiment) that we
>     want to host to be able to give people open source software reproducing
>     the publication.
>     I am somewhat unsure what the best option is for this hosting. I am not
>     too excited at the idea of relying on my institution's servers,
>     because I
>     find that it is hard to garantee the future of the data, as people
>     (including me) move on. Any suggestions?
>     Cheers,
>     Gaël
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