Workshop on Establishing a Central Resource of Data from Genome Sequencing Projects
June 5 - 6, 2012
- Data sets being generally hard to access.
- Data residing in various databases.
- Variant and exposure/phenotype data not being comparable across studies.
- Report: Workshop on Establishing a Central Resource of Data from Genome Sequencing Projects
- Workshop Speaker Videos and Slides
All documents are in format
- Background and Issues to Discuss at the Workshop
- Rationale for Aggregating Data Sets
- Crosscutting ELSI Issues for the Data Access Working Groups
- Open Data Access Model
- Streamlining Current Access Policies and Processes
- Certified Researchers and a Research Commons Data Access Model
- Central Analysis Servers
- Sequence Data Processing
- Phenotype and Exposure Data
- Computational Requirements
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Last Reviewed: March 14, 2014