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

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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A New Look for 2017
Posted by remomueller on February 2, 2017 in News

We're excited to show you some changes that are coming to the National Sleep Research Resource! Landing Page First, you'll notice a new landing page. The new landing page is designed to help researchers find data relevant to their research, to provide tools to analyze the data, and to keep you up-to-date on news about the growing NSRR research community. Keep reading

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NSRR Gem 0.4.0 Released
Posted by remomueller on December 13, 2016 in Releases

We've released a new update to our NSRR dataset downloader. To update to the latest version 0.4.0, type the following command: gem install nsrr --no-document In preparation for some upcoming changes, we've reviewed our installation instructions for Ruby as well. If you run into any issues installing Ruby on Windows, MacOS, or Linux, let us know on the forum or email us at support@sleepdata.org. For those who haven't already, we also now recommend the use of Ruby 2.3. Keep reading

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An NHLBI resource for the sleep research community.