The LONI Image & Data Archive (IDA) contains data from over 100 research studies and clinical trials, simultaneously protecting data from unauthorized access and providing an infrastructure for data sharing according to the needs of the study PIs. Please use the topics below to explore this page and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have further questions.
How do I register for a user account?
Simply click the Instant Free Signup button in the header and follow the instructions.
How do I obtain access to data stored in the IDA?
The IDA contains data from studies with open-sharing policies and with restricted-sharing policies:
How can I tell if the Java Plug-in (required for uploading files) is installed?
To test your Java Plug-in, visit http://www.java.com/en/download/testjava.jsp
What if my Java plugin is installed and updated but I still cannot upload data?
Some browser security settings do not allow Java to run by default, and you may have to change these settings. To review browser-specific instructions, visit https://java.com/en/download/help/enable_browser.xml
Important: IDA has replaced the software that performs IDA Downloads with a new and improved method of downloading data. Our new approach offers several benefits and removes the requirement to have the Java Plug-in installed. Most browsers are changing their Plug-in support policies this year, while some browsers, such as Chrome, have recently stopped supporting Java Plug-ins. The new IDA Download relies on the built-in download functionality of the web browser and requires no additional software.
IDA download functionality has been improved to make the download process quicker and easier:
Software applications known as Download Managers may help you manage your IDA file downloads: they can automate downloads of multiple files and can keep track of large files seamlessly while you do other things or are away from your computer. A major advantage of most Download Managers is that if a download is briefly interrupted due to poor connectivity, that download will continue from the point where it was interrupted instead of restarting from the beginning.
IDA does not endorse or support any download managers and is not responsible for download errors or subsequent issues resulting from use of any third-party products. However, IDA has tested and suggests the following free products for your consideration:
|jDownloader||Linux, Mac or Windows||www.jDownloader.org|
|uGet||Linux or Windows||www.ugetDM.com|
|FDM||Mac or Windows||www.FreeDownloadManager.org|
Warning: Support for Java plug-ins has been removed in some recent web browser updates resulting in problems uploading files to the IDA. A new IDA Uploader is in development and planned for release in Summer, 2017. For those who are already experiencing problems uploading, an interim IDA Uploader that runs as a stand-alone program with no Java plug-in requirement is now available. Please see the IDA Uploader Instructions section below for details.