Projects

This study builds on the ELIXIR implementation study started in February 2017 as a collaboration between EMBL-EBI and ELIXIR Germany. The initial study aimed at developing open, robust, scalable and reproducible proteomics data analysis workflows based on OpenMS, directly connected to the PRIDE database and deploying these pipelines in the EMBL-EBI "Embassy Cloud" as a proof of concept.

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This study aims to integrate the high quality apple reference genome and its associated catalogue of genetic diversity, representing the most widely cultivated apple varieties around the world. Apple will be used as a case study for managing the growing number of ‘multi-genome’ fruit projects, testing and where necessary, improving tools to streamline data import and exchange between ELIXIR supported resources, specifically BioSamples, ENA, EVA, ORCAE and Ensembl Plants.

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This study aims to improve the re-usability of public proteomics datasets. This is achieved by substantially increasing the amount and quality of technical and biological annotations for datasets stored in the PRIDE database.

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The aim of this study is to provide a stable infrastructure for unifying software containers solutions within ELIXIR. This infrastructure will provide an access point for end-users to find, generate, store, monitor and even benchmark software containers solutions.

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The purpose of this study is to determine the requirements for validation in order to build prototype open validation services for databases and knowledgebases. Existing domain-specific validators and generic validation services will be assessed for their utility for operability.

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