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RDS Genomics Collections Metadata Uploader
Genomic data sets are growing at a rapid rate on the RDSI/RDS research infrastructure. Metadata is critical for managing, connecting, finding and reusing genomics data. The aim of collecting the data in this form is to create a collections registry to facilitate discovery and re-use of Australian genomics data hosted on RDSI infrastructure.

Previously submitted metadata may be found and queries at http://rdsgenomics.qriscloud.org.au/redbox/default/search

An filled form example can be found at http://bit.ly/1O1a1ZT

Please send comments or questions to Nick Hamilton ( n.hamilton@uq.edu.au ).

This is based on the metadata specification of the med.data project http://med.data.edu.au/ and we gratefully acknowledge their help and support.

Email Address of Submitter *
Email address in case of queries on submission. This will not be made public or shared.
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About the Dataset/Collection
Collection name *
A short descriptive name for the genomics collection.
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Description *
Please give a brief (up to 2 or 3 short paragraphs) description of the content of the collection.
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Subject/Field of Research *
Please give at least one subject for the collection in ANZSRC FoR form, e.g. '060408 Genomics' or '060404 Epigenetics'. FoR Codes may be found here: http://bit.ly/1hDBClj . Additional subjects of other specified vocabularies or in free-text format are accepted in addition. Please use one line per subject/FoR.
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Organism(s)
What are the primary organism(s) in the study? Please provide NCBI Taxonomy Id, e.g. "9606 Human" or "10090 Mouse". The complete list of Ids is available at http://1.usa.gov/1PGbJf1
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Study Type
What type of study was the data created in?
Technical Details
Library Source
If appropriate, what were the library source(s) for the study?
Sequencing platform(s)
What technologies were used to create the data set?
File Formats
If the collection contains data files, please list the types of the files. E.g. fastq, sff, bam, cram.
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Technical Description
If appropriate, what sort of software or other tools are required to use the data?
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Date Range
If applicable, give a date range for the collection. For example, if a collection is based on samples that were collected this would refer to the date(s) of collection. E.g. 31/07/2011 - 24/01/2012.
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Location
Give a location if a collection contains spatial data such as the location(s) at which the samples were obtained. E.g. Brisbane, U.K., Indian Ocean, etc.
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Management and Access
Manager(s) *
Who maintains and makes the collection accessible? A collection may have any number of nominated managers. This can also be an administrative position rather than a party or an individual. Please use one line per Manager, together with a link to a researcher identifier such as an Orchid Id or ANDS record (Orchid Ids may be searched here http://orcid.org/; people and organisations in ANDS/RDA may be searched for here: http://bit.ly/1SBx21k). E.g. Dr Nicholas Hamilton [http://orcid.org/0000-0003-0331-3427]
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Owner *
Who owns the data in the collection? This can be an institution rather than an individual. In many cases the collection Owner and collection Manager will be the same, but in circumstances such as when the collection is a mirror of an overseas collection these may differ. Please give a name together with a link to a (researcher) identifier such as an Orchid Id or ANDS record if available (Orchid Ids may be searched here http://orcid.org/; people and organisations in ANDS/RDA may be searched for here: http://bit.ly/1SBx21k). E.g. Dr Nicholas Hamilton [http://orcid.org/0000-0003-0331-3427]
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Citation
Please specify how others should cite the collection. E.g. a reference in a standard academic format to a published paper with a DOI if available. E.g. Hamilton NA, Wang JT, Kerr MC, Teasdale RD (2010). Statistical and visual differentiation of subcellular imaging.BMC Bioinformatics 10:94. [doi: 10.1186/1471-2105-10-94]
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Access Rights *
What are the conditions for persons wishing to access the collection? Please check one of either open, conditional or restricted.
Licence *
Please state what license the data is released under, or otherwise explicitly state ‘no license’. Common examples are the Open Data Commons and Creative Commons classes of license.
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Rights Statement
Please provide a description of the access restrictions on the data, e.g. ‘To access data, you must submit an ethics application to ...’ or ‘contact the custodian to negotiate access to this collection’.
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Data Location *
Please provide an electronic location (e.g. a URL/URI), that points as close to the data on RDSI as possible. This can point to a restricted location (i.e. a location that isn’t accessible without authentication) if the collection is not open access. This could also be a contact email address of the Data Custodian who should be contacted to negotiate access.
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Related Collections and Activities
Related Collections
If the collection is part of a larger collection or is a collection of collections, please give details of those collections here.
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Related Activies
If this collection was funded or partially funded by one or more grants, please provide details of those grants. RDA records for ARC or NHMRC may be found here: http://bit.ly/1mBMce8 . Please format each grant on a single line of the form Chief Investigators; Grant Title; Grant Scheme (e.g. NHMRC/ARC) [link to RDA record if available]. E.g. I. Smyth, N. Hamilton; The structure and patterning of branching morphogenesis in the developing kidney; ARC Discovery Project [https://researchdata.ands.org.au/discovery-projects-grant-id-dp130100886/535338]
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Related Publications
If available, please give details in an academic citation format of publications whose research was undertaken using data in the collection. Please include DOIs if available. E.g. Hamilton NA, Wang JT, Kerr MC, Teasdale RD (2010). Statistical and visual differentiation of subcellular imaging.BMC Bioinformatics 10:94. [doi: 10.1186/1471-2105-10-94]
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Related Services *
All genomics data collections stored on a node of RDSI will link to a published RIF-CS service record for RDS Genomics Collections in RDA as well as a record for the RDS node. Please name the RDS node here, e.g QCIF, VicNode, eRSA, Intersect. Please provide a key to an RDA/ANDS party record if available, e.g. Intersect Australia Limited [lLRZOqxpZcAqr8O0Dl0vzjQZZXHq6S1itJ880vnPxN6PMLFgWwBm] or QCIF [JxfVLIaqVrs41FlOtN0o0v9JaDxWVfHuCNgelhu6yM1pic4BQUQG] or eRSA [eRSA_20150923_1200] or VicNode [no party key]
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