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The Filter Cart provides a powerful way to query and access data for which you may be interested.  

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First, the filter cart is populated asyncronously.  So, when you run a query, it may take a moment to populate but this will happen in the background so you can define other queries during this time.  

When you are adding your first filter, all data associated with your query will be added to the filter cart (whether it be a collection, a concept, a study, a data structure/elment or subjects). Not all data structures or collections will necessarily be displayed.  For example, if you select the NDA imaging structure image03, and further restrict that query to scan_type fMRI, only fMRI images will appear and only the image03 structure will be shown.  To see other data structures, select "Find All Subject Data" which will query all data for those subjects. When a secord or third filter is applied, an AND condition is used.  A subject must exist in all filters.  If the subject does not appear in any one filter, that subjects data will not be included in your filter cart. If that happens, clear your filter cart, and start over.  

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Brain Tissue Segmentaion Volumetrix

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Brain tissue segmentations further parcellated via the sri24 atlas

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
sexString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender
sri24precentrallgmFloatRecommendedleft precentral gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_precentral_l_gm
sri24precentralrgmFloatRecommendedright precentral gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_precentral_r_gm
sri24frontalsuplgmFloatRecommendedleft superior frontal gyrus, dorsolater gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_sup_l_gm
sri24frontalsuprgmFloatRecommendedright superior frontal gyrus, dorsolater gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_sup_r_gm
sri24frontalsuporblgmFloatRecommendedleft superior frontal gyrus, orbital part gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_sup_orb_l_gm
sri24frontalsuporbrgmFloatRecommendedright superior frontal gyrus, orbital part gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_sup_orb_r_gm
sri24frontalmidlgmFloatRecommendedleft middle frontal gyrus, lateral part gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_mid_l_gm
sri24frontalmidrgmFloatRecommendedright middle frontal gyrus, lateral part gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_mid_r_gm
sri24frontalmidorblgmFloatRecommendedleft middle frontal gyrus, orbital part gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_mid_orb_l_gm
sri24frontalmidorbrgmFloatRecommendedright middle frontal gyrus, orbital part gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_mid_orb_r_gm
sri24frontalinfoperlgmFloatRecommendedleft opercular part of inferior frontal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_inf_oper_l_gm
sri24frontalinfoperrgmFloatRecommendedright opercular part of inferior frontal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_inf_oper_r_gm
sri24frontalinftrilgmFloatRecommendedleft area triangularis gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_inf_tri_l_gm
sri24frontalinftrirgmFloatRecommendedright area triangularis gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_inf_tri_r_gm
sri24frontalinforblgmFloatRecommendedleft orbital part of inferior frontal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_inf_orb_l_gm
sri24frontalinforbrgmFloatRecommendedright orbital part of inferior frontal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_inf_orb_r_gm
sri24rolandicoperlgmFloatRecommendedleft rolandic operculum gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_rolandic_oper_l_gm
sri24rolandicoperrgmFloatRecommendedright rolandic operculum gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_rolandic_oper_r_gm
sri24suppmotorarealgmFloatRecommendedleft supplementary motor area gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_supp_motor_area_l_gm
sri24suppmotorareargmFloatRecommendedright supplementary motor area gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_supp_motor_area_r_gm
sri24olfactorylgmFloatRecommendedleft olfactory cortex gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_olfactory_l_gm
sri24olfactoryrgmFloatRecommendedright olfactory cortex gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_olfactory_r_gm
sri24frontalsupmediallgmFloatRecommendedleft superior frontal gyrus, medial part gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_sup_medial_l_gm
sri24frontalsupmedialrgmFloatRecommendedright superior frontal gyrus, medial part gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_sup_medial_r_gm
sri24frontalmedorblgmFloatRecommendedleft superior frontal gyrus, medial orbital part gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_med_orb_l_gm
sri24frontalmedorbrgmFloatRecommendedright superior frontal gyrus, medial orbital part gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_frontal_med_orb_r_gm
sri24rectuslgmFloatRecommendedleft gyrus rectus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_rectus_l_gm
sri24rectusrgmFloatRecommendedright gyrus rectus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_rectus_r_gm
sri24insulalgmFloatRecommendedleft insula gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_insula_l_gm
sri24insulargmFloatRecommendedright insula gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_insula_r_gm
sri24cingulumantlgmFloatRecommendedleft anterior cingulate gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cingulum_ant_l_gm
sri24cingulumantrgmFloatRecommendedright anterior cingulate gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cingulum_ant_r_gm
sri24cingulummidlgmFloatRecommendedleft middle cingulate gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cingulum_mid_l_gm
sri24cingulummidrgmFloatRecommendedright middle cingulate gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cingulum_mid_r_gm
sri24cingulumpostlgmFloatRecommendedleft posterior cingulate gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cingulum_post_l_gm
sri24cingulumpostrgmFloatRecommendedright posterior cingulate gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cingulum_post_r_gm
sri24hippocampuslgmFloatRecommendedleft hippocampus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_hippocampus_l_gm
sri24hippocampusrgmFloatRecommendedright hippocampus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_hippocampus_r_gm
sri24parahippocampallgmFloatRecommendedleft parahippocampal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_parahippocampal_l_gm
sri24parahippocampalrgmFloatRecommendedright parahippocampal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_parahippocampal_r_gm
sri24amygdalalgmFloatRecommendedleft amygdala gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_amygdala_l_gm
sri24amygdalargmFloatRecommendedright amygdala gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_amygdala_r_gm
sri24calcarinelgmFloatRecommendedleft calcarine sulcus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_calcarine_l_gm
sri24calcarinergmFloatRecommendedright calcarine sulcus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_calcarine_r_gm
sri24cuneuslgmFloatRecommendedleft cuneus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cuneus_l_gm
sri24cuneusrgmFloatRecommendedright cuneus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cuneus_r_gm
sri24linguallgmFloatRecommendedleft lingual gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_lingual_l_gm
sri24lingualrgmFloatRecommendedright lingual gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_lingual_r_gm
sri24occipitalsuplgmFloatRecommendedleft superior occipital gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_occipital_sup_l_gm
sri24occipitalsuprgmFloatRecommendedright superior occipital gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_occipital_sup_r_gm
sri24occipitalmidlgmFloatRecommendedleft middle occipital gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_occipital_mid_l_gm
sri24occipitalmidrgmFloatRecommendedright middle occipital gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_occipital_mid_r_gm
sri24occipitalinflgmFloatRecommendedleft inferior occipital gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_occipital_inf_l_gm
sri24occipitalinfrgmFloatRecommendedright inferior occipital gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_occipital_inf_r_gm
sri24fusiformlgmFloatRecommendedleft fusiform gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_fusiform_l_gm
sri24fusiformrgmFloatRecommendedright fusiform gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_fusiform_r_gm
sri24postcentrallgmFloatRecommendedleft postcentral gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_postcentral_l_gm
sri24postcentralrgmFloatRecommendedright postcentral gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_postcentral_r_gm
sri24parietalsuplgmFloatRecommendedleft superior parietal lobule gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_parietal_sup_l_gm
sri24parietalsuprgmFloatRecommendedright superior parietal lobule gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_parietal_sup_r_gm
sri24parietalinflgmFloatRecommendedleft inferior parietal lobule gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_parietal_inf_l_gm
sri24parietalinfrgmFloatRecommendedright inferior parietal lobule gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_parietal_inf_r_gm
sri24supramarginallgmFloatRecommendedleft supramarginal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_supramarginal_l_gm
sri24supramarginalrgmFloatRecommendedright supramarginal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_supramarginal_r_gm
sri24angularlgmFloatRecommendedleft angular gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_angular_l_gm
sri24angularrgmFloatRecommendedright angular gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_angular_r_gm
sri24precuneuslgmFloatRecommendedleft precuneus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_precuneus_l_gm
sri24precuneusrgmFloatRecommendedright precuneus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_precuneus_r_gm
sri24paracentrallobulelgmFloatRecommendedleft paracentral lobule gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_paracentral_lobule_l_gm
sri24paracentrallobulergmFloatRecommendedright paracentral lobule gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_paracentral_lobule_r_gm
sri24caudatelgmFloatRecommendedleft caudate nucleus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_caudate_l_gm
sri24caudatergmFloatRecommendedright caudate nucleus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_caudate_r_gm
sri24putamenlgmFloatRecommendedleft putamen gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_putamen_l_gm
sri24putamenrgmFloatRecommendedright putamen gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_putamen_r_gm
sri24pallidumlgmFloatRecommendedleft globus pallidus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_pallidum_l_gm
sri24pallidumrgmFloatRecommendedright globus pallidus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_pallidum_r_gm
sri24thalamuslgmFloatRecommendedleft thalamus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_thalamus_l_gm
sri24thalamusrgmFloatRecommendedright thalamus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_thalamus_r_gm
sri24heschllgmFloatRecommendedleft transverse temporal gyri gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_heschl_l_gm
sri24heschlrgmFloatRecommendedright transverse temporal gyri gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_heschl_r_gm
sri24temporalsuplgmFloatRecommendedleft superior temporal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_temporal_sup_l_gm
sri24temporalsuprgmFloatRecommendedright superior temporal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_temporal_sup_r_gm
sri24temporalpolesuplgmFloatRecommendedleft superior temporal pole gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_temporal_pole_sup_l_gm
sri24temporalpolesuprgmFloatRecommendedright superior temporal pole gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_temporal_pole_sup_r_gm
sri24temporalmidlgmFloatRecommendedleft middle temporal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_temporal_mid_l_gm
sri24temporalmidrgmFloatRecommendedright middle temporal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_temporal_mid_r_gm
sri24temporalpolemidlgmFloatRecommendedleft middle temporal pole gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_temporal_pole_mid_l_gm
sri24temporalpolemidrgmFloatRecommendedright middle temporal pole gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_temporal_pole_mid_r_gm
sri24temporalinflgmFloatRecommendedleft inferior temporal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_temporal_inf_l_gm
sri24temporalinfrgmFloatRecommendedright inferior temporal gyrus gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_temporal_inf_r_gm
sri24cerebelumcrus1lvolumeFloatRecommendedleft crus I of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_crus1_l_volume
sri24cerebelumcrus1rvolumeFloatRecommendedright crus I of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_crus1_r_volume
sri24cerebelumcrus2lvolumeFloatRecommendedleft crus II of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_crus2_l_volume
sri24cerebelumcrus2rvolumeFloatRecommendedright crus II of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_crus2_r_volume
sri24cerebelum3lvolumeFloatRecommendedleft Lobule III of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_3_l_volume
sri24cerebelum3rvolumeFloatRecommendedright Lobule III of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_3_r_volume
sri24cerebelum45lvolumeFloatRecommendedleft lobule IV, V of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_4_5_l_volume
sri24cerebelum45rvolumeFloatRecommendedright lobule IV, V of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_4_5_r_volume
sri24cerebelum6lvolumeFloatRecommendedleft Lobule VI of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_6_l_volume
sri24cerebelum6rvolumeFloatRecommendedright Lobule VI of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_6_r_volume
sri24cerebelum7blvolumeFloatRecommendedleft lobule VIIB of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_7b_l_volume
sri24cerebelum7brvolumeFloatRecommendedright lobule VIIB of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_7b_r_volume
sri24cerebelum8lvolumeFloatRecommendedleft lobule VIII of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_8_l_volume
sri24cerebelum8rvolumeFloatRecommendedright lobule VIII of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_8_r_volume
sri24cerebelum9lvolumeFloatRecommendedleft lobule IX of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_9_l_volume
sri24cerebelum9rvolumeFloatRecommendedright lobule IX of cerebellar hemisphere volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_9_r_volume
sri24cerebelum10lvolumeFloatRecommendedleft lobule X of cerebellar hemisphere (flocculus) volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_10_l_volume
sri24cerebelum10rvolumeFloatRecommendedright lobule X of cerebellar hemisphere (flocculus) volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cerebelum_10_r_volume
sri24vermis1gmFloatRecommendedanterior vermis gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_vermis_1_gm
sri24vermis2gmFloatRecommendedposterior vermis gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_vermis_2_gm
sri24vermis3gmFloatRecommendedinferior vermis gray matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_vermis_3_gm
sri24cblmhemiwhtlwmFloatRecommendedcerebellum hemisphere white matter left volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cblmhemiwht_l_wm
sri24cblmhemiwhtrwmFloatRecommendedcerebellum hemisphere white matter right volumemm^3sri24_parc116_cblmhemiwht_r_wm
sri24ponswmFloatRecommendedpons white matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_pons_wm
sri24corpuscallosumwmFloatRecommendedcorpus callosum white matter volumemm^3sri24_parc116_corpus_callosum_wm
sri24wm400wm400lwmFloatRecommendedwhite matter volume within the left hemisphere of the subcortical white matter region (including the centrum semiovale)mm^3sri24_wm400_wm_400_l_wm
sri24wm400wm400rwmFloatRecommendedwhite matter volume within the right hemisphere of the subcortical white matter region (including the centrum semiovale)mm^3sri24_wm400_wm_400_r_wm
sri24vtlslateralvtllcsfFloatRecommendedleft lateral ventricle cerebral spinal fluid volumemm^3sri24_ventricles_lateralventricle_l_csf
sri24vtlslateralvtlrcsfFloatRecommendedright lateral ventricle cerebral spinal fluid volumemm^3sri24_ventricles_lateralventricle_r_csf
sri24vtlsthirdvtllcsfFloatRecommendedleft third ventricle cerebral spinal fluid volumemm^3sri24_ventricles_thirdventricle_l_csf
sri24vtlsthirdvtlrcsfFloatRecommendedright third ventricle cerebral spinal fluid volumemm^3sri24_ventricles_thirdventricle_r_csf
sri24suptentsupratentoriumvFloatRecommendedsuptent supratentorium volumemm^3sri24_suptent_supratentorium_volume
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