I’m trying to look through the most recent user ratings and quality control metrics with the
mriqc web api, which I think is at mriqc.nimh.nih.gov. But when I try to get those ratings, I see only 25. Likewise, a get to
/ratings_count suggests that there are only up to 25 ratings available. That seems low, way fewer than were mentioned by Esteban et al. (2019). I know that there are a few earlier snapshots available (e.g., https://github.com/oesteban/mriqc-webapi-snapshot), but I was more interested in looking at an updated dataset. Are those available somewhere else?
I don’t have much experience with RESTful web services, so it feels plausible that I’m doing something wrong.
Edit - In case it helps to get a response, here’s how I’m trying to access the data (sorry, it’s not
python but instead
library(httr) library(tidyverse) g <- GET("https://mriqc.nimh.nih.gov/api/v1/rating") rating <- content(g, "parsed", flatten = FALSE) %>% magrittr::extract2(1) %>% map(data.frame) %>% bind_rows() %>% as_tibble()
And it looks like there are only 25 records.
curl from a terminal
curl -X GET "https://mriqc.nimh.nih.gov/api/v1/rating_counts" -H "accept: application/json"
there is a field giving that