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'Redape' is a digital repository that aims to preserve and disseminate research data produced by the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation - Embrapa. It allows the organization, management and publication of data in accordance with the FAIR principles.
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The British Ocean Sediment Core Research Facility (BOSCORF) is based at the Southampton site of the National Oceanography Centre and is Britain’s national deep-sea core repository. BOSCORF is responsible for long-term storage and curation of sediment cores collected through UKRI-NERC research programmes. We promote secondary usage of sediment core samples and analytical data relating to the sample collection.
GeneMANI helps you predict the function of your favourite genes and gene sets. GeneMania, a real-time multiple association network integration algorithm for predicting gene function.
citaREA is the institutional repository of the Centro de Investigación y Tecnología Agroalimentaria de Aragón (CITA), a public research organization under the Ministry of Industry and Innovation of the Government of Aragon.
The Data Access Support Hub (DASH) is a one-stop data access service portal for researchers requiring multi-regional data in Canada. DASH services are provided by a multi-centre coordination team from various provincial/territorial data centres and pan-Canadian organizations, including the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) and Statistics Canada.
CAPE began as a collection of UK local governments' Climate Action Plans, and has expanded to include a number of useful datapoints around climate, carbon emissions and local government. The Climate Action Plan Explorer collects UK Council Climate Action Plans in a single database, alongside some data on area emissions estimates within the scope of influence of councils. It allows anyone to quickly and easily find out if their council has a plan, and put those plans into context.
The Catalog of Inferred Sequence Binding Preferences (CIS-BP) is a library of transcription factor (TF) DNA binding motifs and specificities. The data are organized in a user friendly manner for ease of searching, browsing, and downloading. CIS-BP also includes built-in web tools for scanning DNA sequences for putative TF binding sites, predicting the DNA binding motif of a given TF, and identifying a TF that might recognize a given DNA motif.
The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA) is a large, national, long-term study of more than 50,000 individuals who were between the ages of 45 and 85 when recruited. These participants will be followed until 2033 or death. The aim of the CLSA is to find ways to help us live long and live well, and understand why some people age in healthy fashion while others do not.
The CHILDdb platform provides access to data produced by the CHILD project, a longitudinal birth cohort study of children from pregnancy to 8 years of age, across four Canadian provinces. This study analyzes the participants' home environment including physical, chemical, viral, bacterial, nutritional and psychosocial exposures. This data is expected to further knowledge of the genetic and environmental determinants of atopic diseases including asthma, allergy, allergic rhinitis, and eczema. Researchers can create an account to view meta and aggregate data; access demographic data summaries based on selected variables; and submit a scientific Concept Proposal for approval to access individual-level study data. is a freely available and web-accessible image visualization and data browsing tool that serves as a central repository for fluorescence microscopy images and associated quantitative data produced by high-content screening experiments. Currently, hosts images and associated analysis results from two published high- content screening (HCS) projects focused on the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. allows users to access, visualize and explore fluorescence microscopy images, and to search, compare, and extract data related to subcellular compartment morphology, protein abundance, and localization. Each dataset can be queried independently or as part of a search across multiple datasets using the advanced search option. The website also hosts computational tools associated with the available datasets, which can be applied to other projects and cell systems, a feature we demonstrate using published images of mammalian cells. Providing access to HCS data through websites such as enables new discovery and independent re-analyses of imaging data."
The INAH Media Library is the open access repository of the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico. Its objective is to preserve and make accessible the digital representation of the historical and cultural heritage under its custody, as well as the scientific knowledge it generates through its education and research centres.
The CSIRO National Collections and Marine Infrastructure (NCMI) Information and Data Centre has managed marine data for Australia's government research organisation for over 30 years. They have an enduring archive of marine and climate research data, and regularly publish data (including physical, chemical, bathymetric and biological data) collected on board RV Investigator as part of the Marine National Facility. Data from the MNF is freely and publicly available.
Canadian Urban Environmental Health Research Consortium (CANUE) collates and generates standard measures of environmental factors and provides these data to a wide range of health data organizations who pre-link and distribute them to the Canadian research community. Exposure metrics currently distributed by CANUE include air quality (nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, ozone, and fine particulate matter concentrations), green and blue spaces (Landsat, MODIS, and AVHRR normalized difference vegetation indices), neighborhood factors (access to employment, material and social deprivation indices, marginalization indices, nighttime light, and active living environments), and weather and climate (weather indicators, local climate zones, and water balance).
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Sextant is a marine and coastal geographic data infrastructure. It is operated by Scientific Information Systems for the Sea (SISMER) of Ifremer ( Sextant aims to document, disseminate and promote a catalog of data related to the marine environment. For Ifremer's laboratories and partners, as well as for national and European actors working in the marine and coastal field, Sextant provides tools that promote and facilitate the archiving, consultation and availability of these geographical data. Data published by Sextant are available free or restricted. They can be used in accordance with the terms of the Creative Commons license selected by the author of data. Sextant infrastructure and the technologies used are in line with the implementation of the INSPIRE Directive and make it possible to follow the Open Data approach. Some data set published by Sextant has a DOI which enables it to be cited in a publication in a reliable and sustainable way. The long-term preservation of data filed in Sextant is ensured by Ifremer infrastructure.
Mexico’s biodiversity information system. The CONABIO Geoportal aims to facilitate the location, consultation and retrieval of thematic mapping generated and compiled by the Commission. The planning, development and implementation of our portal was carried out with free and open source software. Its objective is to facilitate access to Conabio 's geographic and biological information using resources such as: Exploration of the collection through thematic classes (topography, hydrology, climatology, vegetation, political division, etc), Visualization and overlay of the selected maps, which can be displayed at different scales and can be obtained in various formats, Complete documentation of the map, including the name of the authors, the description of the topic, a summary of the quality of the data, contact information, etc., Query of attributes that allow identifying the detailed content of the elements that make up the map.
The Academic Data Repository of the National University of Rosario (RDA- UNR) allows for sharing, storing, accessing, exploring, and citing research data managed by UNR professors, researchers and students so as to make these data visible and promote its use and reutilization, ensuring its long-term preservation. It is a self-publishing repository, i.e. users upload, organize, describe and publish their own data with the assistance of a team of curators, user guides and training sessions.
PSnpBind is a large database of protein–ligand complexes covering a wide range of binding pocket mutations and small molecules’ landscape. This database can be used as a source of data for different types of studies, for example, developing machine learning algorithms to predict protein–ligand affinity or mutation's effect on it which requires an extensive amount of data with a wide coverage of mutation types and small molecules. Also, studies of protein-ligand interactions and conformer orientation changes across different mutated versions of a protein can be established using data from PSnpBind.
CANJEM (CANadian Job-Exposure Matrix) is a large source of retrospective information on job-based exposure for a given occupation and time period. Covering most occupations and many agents, it provides information on the probability, frequency and intensity of exposure from a list of 258 occupational risk factors. CANJEM was built from past individual expert evaluations of occupational exposures in a series of four case control studies of various cancers conducted since the mid-1980s up to 2010 in the greater Montreal area. During these studies over 30 000 jobs from 1930 to 2005 held by close to 10 000 subjects were evaluated by experts who assigned exposures based on descriptions of tasks, processes, work environment, and exposure control measures."
Brain Image Library (BIL) is an NIH-funded public resource serving the neuroscience community by providing a persistent centralized repository for brain microscopy data. Data scope of the BIL archive includes whole brain microscopy image datasets and their accompanying secondary data such as neuron morphologies, targeted microscope-enabled experiments including connectivity between cells and spatial transcriptomics, and other historical collections of value to the community. The BIL Analysis Ecosystem provides an integrated computational and visualization system to explore, visualize, and access BIL data without having to download it.
The Canadian VirusSeq Data Portal (CVDP) is an open-access data portal funded by Genome Canada. It is intended to facilitate access to Canadian SARS-CoV-2 sequences and associated non-sensitive metadata adhering to the FAIR Data principles. Limited contextual metadata and viral genome sequences can be shared among Canadian public health labs, researchers and other groups interested in accessing the data for surveillance, research, and innovation purposes. The CVDP will harmonize, validate, and automate submission to international databases and enable the creation of real-time dashboards that summarize the Canadian data contributions while facilitating exploration and access. Sequences or metadata submitted to the CVDP may not include data that could reveal the personal identity of the source. Its is part of Canadian COVID Genomics Network (CanCOGeN).
E-RA provides a permanent managed repository and knowledgebase for secure storage of metadata and data from Rothamsted's Long-term Experiments, the oldest, continuous agronomic experiments in the world. Together with the accompanying meteorological records, associated documentation and sample archive, it is a unique historical record of experiments that have been measured continuously since 1843. e-RA provides comprehensive descriptions of Rothamsted's long-term experiments including Broadbalk Wheat, Park Grass Hay, Hoosfield Barley, Rothamsted and Woburn Ley Arables, and Long-term Liming. e-RA maintains long-term routine data collections including crop yields, quality traits, agronomic management, soil chemistry, disease, and botanical diversity. The experiments are available as a research infrastructure to scientists and scientists are encouraged to deposit any new data generated with e-RA.
The Open Archive for Miscellaneous Data (OMIX) database is a data repository developed and maintained by the National Genomics Data Center (NGDC). The database specializes in descriptions of biological studies, including genomic, proteomic, and metabolomic, as well as data that do not fit in the structured archives at other databases in NGDC. It can accept various types of studies described via a simple format and enables researchers to upload supplementary information and link to it from the publication.
Data Publish & Repository is a repository of geoscience data established with the support of Deep-time Digital Earth international big science program (DDE), which is committed to building a resource base for long-term data sharing and data release. Users can provide their research results to consumers in a discoverable, shareable and referential way, provide long-term preservation, sharing and acquisition services for scientific data, and promote the findability, accessibility, interoperability and reusability (FAIR) of data on the basis of protecting the rights and interests of data authors, so as to promote the sharing of geoscience data.