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Shared task for the 2019 ICHI Data Analytics Challenge on Missing data Imputation (DACMI) for longitudinal ICU laboratory test data. Fast facts plus details available at http://www.ieee-ichi.org/challenge.html.
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Rules of Conduct

The format of the 2019 DACMI shared task and the principles which bind the participants of this shared task are as follows:
1. In order to support the shared task, DACMI will provide the participants with data generated from MIMIC.
2. All members of all teams are required to sign MIMIC’s data use agreement online.
3. DACMI will first release annotated training data. Teams can use this data to develop their systems. The systems are expected to be fully automatic, i.e., no human intervention in their output.
4. Evaluation is to be run on held-out test data. Teams are not allowed to train on test data. All development and training must stop before teams download the test data. Teams are expected to generate fully automatic system outputs on the test data. Manual interventions with the test data predictions are not acceptable.
5. Gaining access to any portion of the 2019 DACMI test data commits the teams to participate in the evaluation that will be run by DACMI. Teams cannot withdraw from the evaluation after gaining access to the data.
6. Gaining access to any portion of the 2019 DACMI test data commits the teams to submit a paper describing their developed system to DACMI.
7. Gaining access to any portion of the 2019 DACMI test data commits the teams to not use any other MIMIC or MIMIC-derived data to assist generating their answers. This will be enforced together with item 9.
8. Gaining access to any portion of the 2019 DACMI test data commits the teams to open source their code.
9. Gaining access to any portion of the 2019 DACMI test data commits the teams to present their work in the follow-up workshop to be organized by DACMI (should their submitted paper be accepted for presentation) at IEEE ICHI 2019.
10. Gaining access to any portion of the 2019 DACMI test data commits the teams to not share the data with non-team members.
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