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BOLD5000, A public fMRI dataset of 5000 images

September 11th, 2018

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Good news for brain imaging researchers. There is a new dataset available for you to play with.

BOLD5000 is a large-scale, slow event-related fMRI dataset collected on 4 subjects, each observing 5,254 images over 15 scanning sessions. The images are selected from three computer vision datasets.

  1. 1,000 images from Scene Images (with scene categories based on SUN categories)
  2. 2,000 images from the COCO dataset
  3. 1,916 images from the ImageNet dataset

BOLD5000 image data

BOLD5000 image data

Author: Xu Cui Categories: brain, web Tags:
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He was born in He'nan province, China. He received education in Beijing University(BS), University of Tennessee (Knoxville) (MS), Baylor College of Medicine (PhD) and Stanford University (PostDoc). Read more ...
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