Paper 1: publish paper describing clean and annotated raw dataset, w. very explicit descriptions of measures. A *really useful*, ready-to-use dataset.
(Naturally, the more utility the dataset has, the more people will preregister to use it.)
All papers submitted by a hard deadline - prevents scooping, competition, first-to-market BS.
Some people have ideas but no data. Perhaps it's too expensive, requires weird or unusual machines, hard to access populations of people/cells/etc. Perhaps they don't have a grant, and need pilot results.
I have no idea if it'd work, or if it exists already. But I'd sure like to do it.
If you're interested in cardiorespiratory measures, imagine a perfectly clean dataset: Frank lead ECGs (i.e. 3 axis), respiration, *two* simultaneous measurements of non-invasive BP, AND finger pulse. Baseline and then stress tasks.