By following principles of Open Science and striving to make our data FAIR, SciLifeLab Data Centre will help researchers to fulfil requirements on open access and data publishing posed by funders or scientific journals. The Data Centre is a service for SciLifeLab platforms and external researchers.
Confluence is a tool for team collaboration. It can be used to share and edit documents, manage tasks and project plans, and much else. Visit our Confluence guide for a quick overview of the system and how to get started.
For sharing and storage of larger files we provide you with a Nextcloud solution, all granted projects will be able to use this Dropbox style file sharing option for their files and data. See Nextcloud user guide.
A cloud based system for project planning and storing documents, made available through agreement with UU, and approved also for storage of non-sensitive personal data.
Slack is an online lightweight communication tool. Anyone with an email address that ends in scilifelab.se, scilifelab.uu.se, bils.se or nbis.se can immediately register themselves in the SciLifeLab Slack workspace. Anyone else: request an invite by emailing the Data Centre.
A web based system for facility communication with prospective users. We can provide you with an instance configured according to your own specific requirements. Try out a demo instance at orderportal.scilifelab.se, contact us or Per Kraulis directly.
The Data Centre built and maintains the SciLifeLab Publications database where the results of research assisted by SciLifeLab facilities can be found. A second database was set up for publications of researchers and fellows affiliated with SciLifeLab.
We encourage SciLifeLab facilities to support users with data management plans. We provide templates and a software system to manage such plans, the SciLifeLab instance of the Data Stewardship Wizard.
A facility management system (scheduling, invoicing, pricing, operational management etc) has procured by KI and UU, Agilent Technologies iLab Operations Software was awarded the contract. The implementation process is ongoing at KI and UU.
The online survey tool Typeform is offered to the facilities and administration. It allows to collect questionnaire responses from users/researchers. Email us for access.
This service is currently under construction. The primary goal of the delivery portal will be to provide cloud based storage for data delivery for facilities and their users.
The Data Centre has a mandate from the SciLifeLab board to express the voice of SciLifeLab units towards host universities, SNIC and other parties for issues concerning IT and data management, and to promote better coordination of the data infrastructure of life sciences in Sweden.
As a part of this work, we will host meetings on a regular basis to meet with the facilities, so you can talk to us directly about your current IT, systems or data management needs.
We will follow up on these meetings by meeting SciLifeLab management, as well as SNIC, to present and discuss what you tell us and work to get the decisions and the funding to concretely address your needs, in synergy with the needs of all SciLifeLab units. Your input is invaluable and there will be many other ways for you to interact with us to improve IT and data handling in SciLifeLab.
If you want to discuss the IT and data management needs of your facility – join us at one of these meetings!
September 29 14:00-15:00
Join the Zoom Meeting at https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/61124630873
September 30 10.00-11:00
Join the Zoom Meeting at https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/69216960638
As a way of documenting and tracking your IT/data needs we have a Service Request Form to be used. It can be brought to us at one of the meetings or sent to us by emailing email@example.com.
In 2017, the SweGen project published its findings, “SweGen: a whole-genome data resource of genetic variability in a cross-section of the Swedish population“. The data from this project is available to the scientific community, and this includes access both to aggregate allele frequency data (through the SweFreq database) and full whole-genome sequencing data from 1000 individuals, subject to access control arrangements. SciLifeLab Data Centre manages the access, together with NBIS, SNIC and the SweGen project group. The aggregate data in SweFreq comes with specific access terms but is generally available to the public. Please see these terms here.
The dataset connected to the publication “RNA Sequencing Provides Novel Insights into the Transcriptome of Aldosterone Producing Adenomas“. It contains RNA-Seq data from fifteen aldosterone producing adenomas, Whole Genome Sequencing data from two aldosterone producing adenomas and one normal peripheral blood sample. SciLifeLab Data Centre manages the access, together with NBIS, SNIC and the AldoRNAseq project group.
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.