What – As a next step in OMICtools’ content development, we are assembling teams of volunteers to review and categorize tools.
Who – Scientists who practice omic technologies.
Role – You can submit new tools, propose new categories, modify the category of the tools, change the description and complete the extrafields (language, license, etc.), rate the tools if you have had the opportunity to use them, give support and make icons.
Time to spend – Content is usually presented in a three-level classification format (technologies, applications and analytical steps). Therefore, the amount of time you spend on the project is entirely up to you. You can curate the whole RNA-seq section or only one of these subsections.
Why – Didacticism, education and standardization are key elements of OMICtools. Share your expertise and talents to help the next generations of bioinformaticians, experimental researchers and clinicians around the world.
Participants will be associated in the next publication.
If you would like to help as a curator, please contact us by indicating the section/subsection of interest.