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    Resources: Access over 1.1 million human genomic datasets with 1-click
    Submitted by Craig Smith; posted on Friday, January 27, 2017

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    Repositive is the essential portal that helps researchers access genomics data and connect with the research community. By connecting over 39 different global data sources we enable researchers to browse and query over 1.1 million human genomic datasets. By building a community around all this data, we aim to encourage discussions, sharing and collaboration.

    Facilitating faster consumption of higher quality data and sharing knowledge openly is at the very heart of our mission and we have a vision of putting the power of genomic data into the hands of many. The more data we index and the more users who join the community simply gives the collective even more "super powers." The power to find more data quickly, collaborate on science and make incredible discoveries.

    Therefore, we affectionately describe Repositive as "your connection to the genomics collective."

    Try it now with no obligation or signup: discover.repositive.io

    See a list of all the sources indexed on Repositive here: repositive.io/prod[...]rces/

    Find out more about Repositive here: repositive.io

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