National Sleep Research Resource
Free research data and tools.

What interests you?

Research participants under the age of 18.

Research participants ages 18 and up.

Demographics, anthropometry, questionnaires, outcomes, and more.

Minute-by-minute activity data collected on wearable watches and similar devices.

Raw signals comprised of EEGs, ECGs, oxygen, and position channels.

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News

Next NSRR Complex Signals Core Seminar - Thursday March 9th at 3 pm
Posted by SaraMariani on March 6, 2017 in News

The next seminar of the Complex Signals Core will be held on Thursday, March 9th, at 3 pm in the Zinner Breakout Room, at 70 Francis Street. Dr. Shaun Purcell, PhD (Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School) will give the following talk: “Phenotyping sleep” The talk will be followed by a round-table discussion. Keep reading

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Sharing Tools on the NSRR
Posted by SaraMariani on February 22, 2017 in News

The NSRR is a community-driven repository, which can be leveraged as a platform for presenting novel tools and work in progress to the scientific community by making them available in open source format. Open access software benefits research teams in terms of visibility and feedback for their work, and the greater scientific community in terms of sharing ideas and speeding up new discoveries and development of more and more sophisticated tools. Keep reading

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Supporting Education with Public Datasets and Tutorials
Posted by remomueller on February 6, 2017 in News

Today, we launched a series of tutorials for researchers interested in learning how to download and manipulate files programatically. For teachers, the tutorials are a great place to start with your students, and we encourage you to create and contribute your own tutorials and assignments on the site. We've also created a supporting Learn dataset that has publicly available files referenced by these tutorials. Keep reading

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An NHLBI resource for the sleep research community.