Next Generation Sequence Data for Non-model Organisms

Hereward, James (2013): Next Generation Sequence Data for Non-model Organisms. The University of Queensland. Collection.

Project name Next Generation Sequence Data for Non-model Organisms
Project description
A store of next generation sequencing data (raw reads and fastq files) for many non-model organisms. Some is generated as a by-product of microsatellite discovery, and some for more specific research questions.
Contact name James Hereward
Contact email j.hereward@uq.edu.au
Creator name Hereward, James
Creator(s) role Lead Researcher
Dataset name Next Generation Sequence Data for Non-model Organisms
Dataset description
We generate a range of sequencing data for non-model organisms to support ecological and evolutionary research. Often there is a specific aim to generating the data but large quantities are produced as a by-product and we would like to make this available for other researchers (within our group and collaborators) to access and use. We anticipate that sharing this data will allow many different uses, and will benefit Australian researchers because they will not have to go to the expense of generating the data again.
Access conditions Mediated Access
Licencing and terms of access Creative Commons Attribution noncommercial

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ANZSRC Field of Research (FoR) Code 0603 Evolutionary Biology
0604 Genetics
0602 Ecology
Type of data Sequencing data (raw reads and .fastq) .fasta .fastq .sff.
Data Volume 66 GB
Language eng
Keyword Next generation sequencing
Nonmodel organism
Microsatellite discovery
Collection type Collection
Publisher The University of Queensland
Publication Year 2013
Copyright notice 2013, The University of Queensland
Additional Notes https://services.qriscloud.org.au/access/efc6bcb84e0b4e07a328960766942183/user

Document type: Data Collection
Collections: Research Data Collections
School of Biological Sciences Publications
 
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Created: Thu, 21 Nov 2013, 15:35:28 EST by Justin M Clark