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Old 12-23-2015, 09:50 PM   #1
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Default Hosting chipseq data

We have generated few chipseq data on Arabidopsis thaliana. I want to host my WIG files for reviewers of our manuscript to view the data. Is there any genome browser available (public server/program) to host our data ?. UCSC allows genome data to be hosted on their server for four months. But Arabidopsis thaliana is not available on their server. Is there a better way to disseminate the data ?.
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Old 12-23-2015, 11:52 PM   #2
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just put it on some website and take care that it will be found if someone
types the suitable keywords into a search engine.

Suppose, you wanted to find the data of some similar species,
for what keywords would you search ?

let's collect keywords here ...

[the first 20 nucleotides of chromosome 1] ?

plus some pages that contain collections of links to genomes data

found this:

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Old 12-24-2015, 05:46 AM   #3
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I am talking about genome browser (not a simple downloadable text file). A genome browser will have complete genome with all annotation. Our wig file will viewable as graph in that browser. I am talking about shareable session ( Just look into the "Lifespan of a Session" in that link. In this session, we can load our wig data into already existing annotation and then share it to others. Do we have that kind for arabidopsis ?.
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I think the common practice (and for many journals a requirement) is to upload the data to GEO or alternative web archives, and give the referees access to this submission. If the referees want to view the data in whatever genome browser they like, they will find a way.
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