Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Reproducible Research: MRI Data

Miki Lustig just sent the following:

Dear Igor,

As part of our mission for reproducible research we recently launched a new website, 
The web site aims to provide MRI data sets, both undersampled and fully sampled, so that developers can test algorithms and contribute to a community of reproducible research. Our hope is that these datasets will help the MRI or any other research community to accelerate their improvements in medical image processing. The website is still a work in progress, but at this point we think it would be quite useful to many.

It is a joint effort between researchers at the EECS department at UC Berkeley, Lucile Packard Children's hospital, and EE department at Stanford University.

We would appreciate if you could post that information.



Michael Lustig, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences,
506 Cory Hall, University of California, Berkeley CA, 94720
Thanks Miki !

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