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in development Open Data Commons for Traumatic Brain Injury

Abbreviation:ODC-TBI

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The Open Data Commons for Traumatic Brain Injury (DC-TBI) was created by the TBI community to mitigate dark data in TBI research. The ODC-TBI also aims to increase transparency with individual-level data, enhance collaboration, facilitate advanced analytics, and conform to increasing mandates by funders and publishers to make data accessible. Members of the ODC-TBI have access to a private digital lab space managed by the PI or multi-PIs for dataset storage and sharing. The PIs can share their labs’ datasets with the registered members of the ODC-TBI community and make their datasets public and citable. The ODC-TBI implements stewardship principles that scientific data be made FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) and has been widely adopted by the international TBI research community.

Homepage https://odc-tbi.org

Countries that developed this resource United States

Created in 2018

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Record added: May 17, 2021, 12:46 a.m.
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Topological data analysis for discovery in preclinical spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury.

Nielson JL,Paquette J,Liu AW,Guandique CF,Tovar CA,Inoue T,Irvine KA,Gensel JC,Kloke J,Petrossian TC,Lum PY,Carlsson GE,Manley GT,Young W,Beattie MS,Bresnahan JC,Ferguson AR
Nat Commun 2015

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Syndromics: a bioinformatics approach for neurotrauma research.

Ferguson AR,Stuck ED,Nielson JL
Transl Stroke Res 2011

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