Tool perfect for data repository
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saj98 ▴ 140

Hello everyone

I and my collogues got acceptance to publish our data in Endocrinology journal. They asked to create a data repository before final acceptance. Would be possible to guide me for a perfect tool for such purpose? I really appreciate your help Thanks

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People typically upload their NGS raw data to NCBI (SRA). Is that an option here? They have extensive documentation on how to do that.

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I am referring to Rat germ cells RNAseq data. I will try NCBI. Thank you so much

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Yes, just upload to NCBI like everyone else. No need to reinvest the wheel here ;-)

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If you are referring to creating a repository for any software that was written for this project then create a repo on GitHub.

Consider CodeOcean or other solutions for runnable Biostars answers? may also be a novel option where you can provide a way to reproduce your entire analysis.

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The data analysis was done by Genialis, Inc (Houston, TX). Shall I create a repo on GitHub as well.

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Repo's on GitHub are for software. Sounds like you are referring to raw sequence data. For that NCBI SRA or EBI-ENA would be appropriate database.

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