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You can. Anybody can. Just create a project and start uploading.
There are three kinds of projects in Central:
- Public: Public projects can be accessed by anyone -- they can search the data, view it, and download it.
- Protected: Protected projects are only accessible by people the project owner adds as collaborators; however, anyone can see the project and its description on the XNAT Central projects page and request access to the data.
- Private: Private projects are visible only to the project members and collaborators who are explicitly added by the project's owner.
Regardless of whether a project is public, protected, or private, only owners and members of a project can alter the data. Collaborators can access the data but not alter it.
Right now, you can stick as much in it as you want. Eventually, we'll run out of storage space and then we'll need a new strategy. Until then, have fun.
DICOM. Eventually we'll support other formats, but stick to DICOM for now.
Right now, non-image data is limited to some basic demographics (age, gender). Eventually we'll add tools for storing a range of clinical, genetic, behavioral, and other data.
Not yet, but soon.