Repository-scale Co- and Re-analysis of Tandem Mass Spectrometry Data
Alan K. Jarmusch,
Christine M. Aceves,
Rohit S. Advani,
Alexander A. Aksenov,
Allegra T. Aron,
Emmanuel O. Elijah,
Julia M. Gauglitz,
Emily C. Gentry,
Scott A. Jarmusch,
Kenneth L Jones,
Audrey Le Gouellec,
Kerry L. McPhail,
Michael J Meehan,
Alexey V. Melnik,
Riya C. Menezes,
Yessica Alejandra Montoya Giraldo,
Ngoc Hung Nguyen,
Justin J.J. van der Hooft,
Kelly C. Weldon,
Pieter C. Dorrestein
Posted 29 Aug 2019
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/750471
Posted 29 Aug 2019
Metabolomics data are difficult to find and reuse, even in public repositories. We, therefore, developed the Reanalysis of Data User (ReDU) interface (https://redu.ucsd.edu/), a community- and data-driven approach that solves this problem at the repository scale. ReDU enables public data discovery and co- or re-analysis via uniformly formatted, publicly available MS/MS data and metadata in the Global Natural Product Social Molecular Networking Platform (GNPS), consistent with findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable (FAIR) principles.
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