NCBI Datasets, the new set of services for downloading genome assembly and annotation data, has redesigned and reorganized web pages to make it easier to find and access the services and documentation you need.
NCBI Datasets has a fresh new homepage highlighting the types of data available through our tools. Available data include genome assemblies, genes, and SARS-CoV-2 genomic and protein data. You can easily access these from the new page or learn more with our new documentation pages.
Our new NCBI Datasets documentation will help you get answers faster. If you are new to Datasets try our Quickstarts to quickly get started using our web pages and tools. How-tos describe common workflows and data requests and provide multiple solutions — our web pages, command-line tools, python and R packages.
For example, if you need to download human genome data, including sequence, annotation and metadata, see the Download genome data How-to guide to get data using the Genomes web page, datasets command-line tool, python and R.
See the full blog post on NCBI Insights.