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The Dryad Data Repository Ryan Scherle National Evolutionary Synthesis Center
NESCents Mission Support synthetic research Develop informatics tools Increase public understanding of science Promote a culture of data sharing
A Repository of Data Underlying Journal Articles
Databases in Biology GenBank MorphBank Morphobank PaleoDB Phylota Protein Data Bank TreeBASE Tree of Life AntWeb FishBase FlyBase HerpNet MaNIS ORNIS WormBase ZFIN
The Goal Store all data underlying publications in evolutionary biology, ecology, and related disciplines, at the time of publication. GenBank TreeBASE Dryad ccaattggct gttcttcgat tctggcgagt
(Payne et al., 2008) hdl:10255/dryad.222
(Taylor and Naish 2007) hdl:10255/dryad.31
(Price et al., 2004) hdl:10255/dryad.82
Joint Data Archiving Policy Deposit at time of publication Repeatability Embargo Exceptions Coordination
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To learn more… Repository: http://datadryad.orghttp://datadryad.org Project info: http://datadryad.org/wikihttp://datadryad.org/wiki Source code: http://dryad.googlecode.comhttp://dryad.googlecode.com
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