Please specify all collaborators, also from other relevant working groups/institutes and – if applicable
- external collaborators.
CENTER-TBI is a large and complex project, involving many research groups who are collaboratively working on
the Project. The Management Committee would like to ensure transparency and consistency in reporting.
Version 1.0 of Neurobot was released on November 1, 2018, but we anticipate updates in the future in response
to feedback received from researchers. As a consequence, some inconsistencies in numbers may occur when analyses
are performed on different versions. We therefore require specification of the version used and uploading of
scripts so that analyses are documented and may be repeated.
To ensure these aims, we kindly request you to provide the information below when submitting your draft
publication to the Management Committee. We will perform all efforts to complete the internal review in a
timely fashion, and hope you may benefit from our feedback.
The researcher(s) must agree to the following Terms and Conditions with regard to access and use of CENTER-TBI data.
To submit your data access request or publication request, use one of the relevant forms:
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