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ready FAANG metadata analysis specification


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The FAANG metadata analysis specification describes the specification for all analysis metadata as part of the larger FAANG metadata guidance project. Analysis metadata needs to contain the following process attributes: input data (a list of files used as input and references to the experiment records in a data archive), reference data (e.g. genome assembly or gene set), and analysis protocol (a precise description of the analysis protocol).



How to cite this record FAIRsharing.org: FAANG metadata analysis specification; FAANG metadata analysis specification; DOI: https://doi.org/10.25504/FAIRsharing.J1aPiC; Last edited: Feb. 8, 2021, 1:22 p.m.; Last accessed: Apr 18 2021 7:39 p.m.


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BioSamples at the European Bioinformatics Institute
The BioSamples database aggregates sample information for reference samples (e.g. Coriell Cell lines) and samples for which data exist in one of the EBI's assay databases such as ArrayExpress, the European Nucleotide Archive or PRIDE. It provides links to assays and specific samples, and accepts direct submissions of sample information.

NCBI BioSample
The NCBI BioSample database stores submitter-supplied descriptive information, or metadata, about the biological materials from which data stored in NCBI’s primary data archives are derived. NCBI’s archives host data from diverse types of samples from any species, so the BioSample database is similarly diverse; typical examples of a BioSample include a cell line, a primary tissue biopsy, an individual organism or an environmental isolate. The BioSample database promotes the use of structured and consistent attribute names and values that describe what the samples are as well as information about their provenance, where appropriate.

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