Data submission

CNGB Nucleotide Sequence Archive (CNSA) is a convenient and fast online submission system for biological research projects, samples, experiments and other information data. Based on the International Nucleotide Sequence Database Collaboration(INSDC) standard and DataCite standard, accepting the submission of global scientific research sequencing data (including raw data and other support data), its data submission service can be used as a supplement to the literature publishing process to support early data sharing. CNSA is committed to the storage and sharing of biological sequencing information and data, and is designed to provide global researchers with the most comprehensive data and information resources, enabling researchers to access and use data easily and deeply.

The PIRD accepts raw and processed sequences of immunoglobulins (IGs) and T cell receptors (TCRs) of human and other vertebrate species with different phenotypes.

GigaDB primarily serves as a repository to host data and tools associated with articles in GigaScience; however, it also includes a subset of datasets that are not associated with GigaScience articles (see below). GigaDB defines a dataset as a group of files (e.g., sequencing data, analyses, imaging files, software programs) that are related to and support an article or study. Through our association with DataCite, each dataset in GigaDB will be assigned a DOI that can be used as a standard citation for future use of these data in other articles by the authors and other researchers. Datasets in GigaDB all require a title that is specific to the dataset, an author list, and an abstract that provides information specific to the data included within the set. We encourage detailed information about the data we host to be submitted by their creators in ISA-Tab, a format used by the BioSharing and ISA Commons communities that we work with to maintain the highest data and metadata standards in our journal. To maximize its utility to the research community, all datasets in GigaDB are placed under a CC0 waiver (for more information on the issues surrounding CC0 and data see Hrynaszkiewicz and Cockerill, 2012).