Use Cases for IBI Inventory

In early December 2017, at a meeting hosted by the Australian Academy of Science, representatives from the world's major brain projects made a formal declaration to establish an International Brain Initiative (IBI). The first project agreed upon by the international community is a Global Inventory of Brain Initiatives.

The IBI Inventory will examine and catalogue these initiatives systematically, by tracking funding sources and amounts, timelines, overall mission, specific deliverables, and points of collaboration. The IBI Inventory could also include best practices, links to data sources, funding opportunities, and more. 

We want to hear from YOU on what features you would find most valuable in an Inventory of Global Brain Initiatives.

Please select your preferences for the use cases in the IBI Inventory that would be most beneficial and applicable to your work.  Rank your responses in order of most important (1, first priority) to least important (higher number, lower priority).

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* 1. What features are most valuable for data discovery and reuse?

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* 2. What features are most valuable for transparency in funding from all projects involved in the IBI?

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* 3. What features are most valuable for resource discovery and reuse?

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* 4. What features are most valuable for training?

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* 5. What features are most valuable to identify and maintain collaborations?

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* 6. What features are most valuable to identify potential research topics and areas of interest?

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* 7. Please rank the overall priorities for features from the above 6 questions:

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* 8. Please share any addition commentary, use cases, or ideas.

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