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Default Introducing Skymap: a single data matrix for each omic layer for each species

Skymap is a standalone database that aims to offer:

1. a single data matrix for each omic layer for each species that spans >200k sequencing runs from all the public studies, which is done by reprocessing petabytes worth of sequencing data.

2. a biological metadata file that describes the relationships between the sequencing runs and also the keywords extracted from over 3 million free text annotations using NLP.

3. a technical metadata file that describes the relationships between the sequencing runs.

Where they can all fit into your personal computer

Full description and step by step instructions on Github: https://github.com/brianyiktaktsui/S...le-of-contents

Preprint: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2018/08/07/386441

Data: https://www.synapse.org/#!Synapse:syn11415602/files/

Fun blog post about why I decided to do this project: https://brianyiktaktsui.wordpress.co...ect-a-preview/

Please leave feedback and comments. This project turns out to be useful for a lot of people
(https://twitter.com/strnr/status/1026822778673156097). I hope this can be useful for you too, but we can only improve it if you provide your valuable feedback.

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