Imaging Data Commons (IDC) is a new node in the Cancer Research Data Commons (CRDC) that connects researchers with
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    Cancer image collections
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    Robust infrastructure that contains imaging data, subject and sample metadata, and experimental metadata from disparate sources
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    Resources for searching, identifying, and viewing images, and
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    Additional data types contained in other Cancer Research Data Commons nodes (e.g., Genomics Data Commons and Proteomic Data Commons).
The overview of IDC is available in this open access publication:
Fedorov, A., Longabaugh, W. J. R., Pot, D., Clunie, D. A., Pieper, S., Aerts, H. J. W. L., Homeyer, A., Lewis, R., Akbarzadeh, A., Bontempi, D., Clifford, W., Herrmann, M. D., Höfener, H., Octaviano, I., Osborne, C., Paquette, S., Petts, J., Punzo, D., Reyes, M., Schacherer, D. P., Tian, M., White, G., Ziegler, E., Shmulevich, I., Pihl, T., Wagner, U., Farahani, K. & Kikinis, R. NCI Imaging Data Commons. Cancer Res. 81, 4188–4193 (2021). http://dx.doi.org/10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-21-0950
You can also review the accompanying demonstration videos for a quick summary of some of the key features of the platform.
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