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Configurator v1.0
The EMBRIC Configurator service assists marine scientists in planning their data management, sharing, analysis and publication needs. Using this web form, we capture an initial description of the planned work to structure downstream communications.
Email address *
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Please provide your contact details and relationship to EMBRIC
Full name *
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Institution *
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Relationship to EMBRIC *
Please list the work packages you are associated with *
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General study details
Please give an outline of the scientific study that you are planning
Study Title *
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Study description *
Please give a description of your study. Please include scientific questions to be addressed, methodologies and analyses that are required.
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Data collection
Please describe your data in the section below
What type, format and volume of data do you have? *
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What record keeping systems are in place for sampling procedures (e.g. environmental descriptions, sampling methods) and experimental configurations (e.g. sequencing library construction protocols, image capture and tracking)? *
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What hardware/software are you using *
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What is the scale of your study (e.g. how many environments, samples, organisms, strains etc.)? *
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Which methods are you using to generate data (e.g. sequencing, metabolite profiling, proteomics)? *
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Do you know of any data resources that you will use in your analysis? *
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Do you know where your data will be archived? *
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What data standards will be followed? *
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What other data resources do you envisage you will require? *
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Please outline your data publication plan *
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