24 Jul The National Sleep Research Resource: A Model for Big Data Sharing
In clinical studies, the more participants and data you have, the more reliable the results. In epidemiological studies, researchers often need to search far and wide, collecting studies from various scientists and labs in order to accumulate as much data as possible. Difficult and time-consuming, this process often slows down research.
Fortunately, if you are a researcher looking for sleep data, you need only one source: the National Sleep Research Resource (NSRR). Created, maintained and organized by researchers at the Brigham, the NSRR is the world’s largest collection of research sleep records.
Read more about creating and using the NSRR at BWH Clinical and Research News