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All Sciences



  • Open Context: publishes open archaeological data (and images and field-notes) from excavations, surveys, museum collections and government offices around the world. A new version of the site with updated APIs is in development+testing.  Open Context is not like most repositories that serve files of datasets. Rather Open Context is a large integrated database for interactions over the Web, including use as a Linked Data provider.


Artificial Intelligence ('Real-World' Knowledge, Natural-Language Semantics, Reasoning)

  •  COGBASE: Nearly all available open-source real-world knowledge available in one combined place, translated into a format easy to use for decisionmaking. Helps understand text, reason about the causes/consequences of events, and more.


Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Exploration


Biology + Life Sciences




Computer Science + Web Data


Earth Sciences, Climate & Environment





  • Shipwrecks within the U.S. maritime boundaries, maintained by NOAA




Medicine and Health Sciences



  • OpenfMRI.org: OpenfMRI.org is a project dedicated to the free and open sharing of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) datasets, including raw data.
  • 1000 Functional Connectomes Project and International Neuroimaging Data-sharing Initiative (http://fcon_1000.projects.nitrc.org/ <-- for some reason the wiki doesn't like this URL, I recommend you copy and paste it): neuroimaging scans from 1000s of subjects. Includes resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data, structural MRIs, and diffusion tensor imaging (DTI). While the FCP dataset is mostly from healthy controls, and includes very little phenotypic data, the INDI dataset is well phenotyped and includes data for several patient populations such as ADHD, epilepsy and cocaine addiction. 
  • ADHD-200 preprocessed data: preprocessed resting state fMRI and structural MRI data from ~ 700 typically developing children and ~ 400 children with ADHD released through INDI. The goal of this project is to release data in a form that is more accessible to those without functional neuroimaging expertise. 
  • Multi-Modal MRI Reproducibility Resource: scan-rescan imaging sessions from 21 healthy volunteers (no history of neurological disease). Imaging modalities include MPRAGE, FLAIR, DTI, resting state fMRI, B0 and B1 field maps, ASL, VASO, quantitative T1 mapping, quantitative T2 mapping, and magnetization transfer imaging. This is intended to be a resource for statisticians and imaging scientists to be able to quantify the reproducibility of their imaging methods using data available from a generic "1 hour" session at 3T.
  • brainmap.org: BrainMap is an online database of published functional neuroimaging (fMRI and PET) experiments with coordinate-based (x,y,z) activation locations in Talairach space. The goal of BrainMap is to provide a vehicle to share methods and results of studies in specific research domains, such as language, memory, attention, emotion, and perception. BrainMap can also be used to perform meta-analyses of similar research studies.
  • Open Connectome Project: "Collectively reverse engineering the brain one synapse at a time." Transmission electron microscopy images of mouse visual cortex.
  • Allen Brain Atlas: A growing collection of online public resources integrating extensive gene expression and neuroanatomical data, complete with a novel suite of search and viewing tools.   
  • Human Connectome Project - Comprehensively mapping human brain circuitry in a target number of 1200 healthy adults using cutting-edge methods of noninvasive neuroimaging.

  • Human brain diffusion-weighted MRI - Stanford study data


Particle Physics




Other lists


Comments (1)

Bru said

at 4:09 am on Mar 30, 2010

Anybody knows if CERN is going to release some of the data from the LHC? that would be awesome, and bleeding edge (writing this comment while following the webcast for the first beam http://webcast.cern.ch/lhcfirstphysics/ )

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