Through our various projects we always release our code openly and where we can make sure out data is accessible. In the process we generated several resources that may be useful for others.

As part of the brain chart for the human lifespan project we generated an interactive interface that people can use to interact with the underlying data, visualise potential case-control differences in the LBCC dataset and also upload their own data for centilisation. See

As part of our research large-scale GWAS of neuroimaging phenotypes. We released summary statistics for 2,347 neuroimaging phenotypes to our customised data-portal, these are fully open to academic researchers:

Our had been heavily involved with the neuroscience in psychiatry network (NSPN) not only by making extensive use of this unique longitudinal neuroimaging dataset, but also by preparing the data for public release on the Cambridge data portal: