OnAIRR - Immune receptors in the clinic
OnAIRR 6: Data Sharing or Finding Glory, Fame and a Big Pile of Gold with Dr. Brian Corrie and Dr. Scott Christley
Dr. Brian Corrie is a computer scientist from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada. Brian is the Technical Director for the iReceptor Plus Project, and architect behind the iReceptor repository (https://www.ireceptor-plus.com).
Dr. Scott Christley is a computational biologist from UT Southwestern, Texas, USA. Scott is the software development manager for VDJServer (https://vdjserver.org).
In this episode we discuss possibilities for sharing AIRR-Seq data - repositories and metadata standards describing the samples and experimental process. We discuss AIRR Standards (https://docs.airr-community.org/en/stable) which includes MiAIRR Standard for dataset metadata and AIRR Data Commons, which is an API to query and download data from AIRR-Seq repositories. Complete and proper data annotation will bring fame and glory.
iReceptor Plus Seminar Series - Ning Jiang from University of Pennsylvania, USA presents on July 28th: https://www.ireceptor-plus.com/news-and-events/seminars
The episode is hosted by Dr. Ulrik Stervbo and Dr. Zhaoqing Ding.
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