The Cambridge Centre for Ageing and Neuroscience (Cam-CAN) is a large-scale collaborative research project at the University of Cambridge.
The derived files (SRC, FIB) are shared under the original CamCAN agreement
Users should follow the original agreement that requires (1) non-comercial usage, (2) open-access publication, and (3) acknowledgement of CamCAN repository (Taylor et al., 2016, Shafto et al., 2015).
Figure: the left arcuate fasciculus of the first CamCAN subject mapped using DSI Studio’s automatic fiber tracking
FIB files (Ready-to-track using DSI Studio)
A multishell diffusion scheme was used, and the b-values were 1,000 and 2,000 s/mm2. The number of diffusion sampling directions were 30 and 30, respectively. The in-plane resolution was 2 mm. The slice thickness was 2 mm. The b-table was checked by an automatic quality control routine to ensure its accuracy (Schilling et al. MRI, 2019) . The diffusion data were reconstructed using generalized q-sampling imaging (Yeh et al., IEEE TMI, ;29(9):1626-35, 2010) with a diffusion sampling length ratio of 1.25.
I can only share SRC files to those who also have CamCAN access. Once you email me your agreement, I will send the private link to you.
Demographic and Cognitive data:
Cam-CAN includes a rich demographics and cognitive data. You can request access at the CamCAN data portal.