Data sharing and data standards for metabolomics: where are we now?

Published on May 31, 2018   38 min

Other Talks in the Series: Bioinformatics for Metabolomics

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Hello every one. My name is Reza Salek. I'm from EMBL-EBI, which stands for European Molecular Biology Lab - European Bioinformatics Institute. The EBI is essentially in the business of biological sciences data. It captures, shares, and makes publicly available all the data and resources that people can use to get access to data, to analyze data, and reuse data, in a wide variety of biological sciences.
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In this talk, I'm only focusing on metabolomics, which makes up a small portion of the efforts which are ongoing at EBI. I would like to go through the current state of data sharing and data standards in metabolomics. I have to say here at the beginning that this is by no means an effort within EBI or a particular group. This is a community effort which many people, many labs, and many groups, are involved in different aspects of standardizations and contribute to data sharing and the different elements of it. So, I will try to acknowledge as many people as possible that I can recall and are involved, and I apologize in advance if I have missed someone out of this, to be recognize. I'm going to start with the notion that has been promoted
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