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Non-invasive human neuroimaging has yielded many exciting discoveries about the brain. Numerous methodological advances have also occurred, though inertia has slowed their adoption. This paper presents an integrated approach to data acquisition, analysis, and sharing that builds upon recent advances, particularly from the Human Connectome Project (HCP). The "HCP-style" paradigm has seven core tenets: (1) collect multimodal imaging data from many subjects; (2) acquire data at high spatial anddoi:10.1038/nn.4361 pmid:27571196 fatcat:wwg4h7gmw5eshc5bc3zsmt6zmy