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EDGAR Electrocardiographic Imaging Database

What is being modeled?
Data to validate and develop ECG Imaging approaches
Description & purpose of resource

The Experimental Data and Geometric Analysis Repository (EDGAR) is a free, web-based repository hosted by the SCI Institute at the University of Utah. The purpose of EDGAR is to share and collate electrocardiological data, specifically for the validation and advancement of electrocardiographic imaging (ECGI) problems amongst a worldwide consortium of academic institutions. This repository is coordinated through the Consortium for ECG Imaging ( and we encourage all users of the resource to acknowledge the role of this group in their research.

Spatial scales
whole organism
Temporal scales
10-3 - 1 s
1 - 103 s
This resource is currently
mature and useful in ongoing research
Has this resource been validated?
How has the resource been validated?

The data sets either come from experiments or from simulations and the accuracy has been validated by users from the CEI.  Whenever an error is found, the CEG team responds with corrections and updates. 

Can this resource be associated with other resources? (e.g.: modular models, linked tools and platforms)
Which resources?

Image-based modeling and simulation tools from the Center for Integrative Biomedical Computing (CIBC) the SCI Institute, University of Utah.

Key publications (e.g. describing or using resource)

Aras, K., Good, W., Tate, J., Burton, B., Brooks, D., Coll-Font, J., … Macleod, R. (2015). Experimental Data and Geometric Analysis Repository - EDGAR. Journal of Electrocardiology48(6), 975–981.

Rob MacLeod
PI contact information
cardiac modeling, Electrocardiology, ECGI, inverse problems
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