Provides information about human diseases. MalaCards is an integrated database of both general and specialized annotated diseases, including rare diseases, genetic diseases and complex disorders. The database contains “disease cards” with annotation topics such as Summaries, Symptoms, Anatomical Context, Drugs, Genetic Tests, Variations and Publications. Each disease is also associated with a prioritized list of genes. For annotation, the database employs source mining, GeneCards search, GeneAnalytics set analysis and MalaCards search.
Provides detailed mortality and population data to researchers. HMD is an online repository that offers users a list of mortality data regarding over 35 countries and 45 populations. For such countries, original statistics are collected extending as far back in time as there are age-classified census data and annual death counts in a detailed format.
Facilitates scientists in reducing animal usage by avoiding unnecessary repetition of experiments. The AHCODA-DB contains phenotypic data of mice collected from standard batteries of conventional behavioural tests as well as from automated home-cage experiments. The implementation of standardized quality control and pre-set exclusion criteria contribute to the robustness of the data. Its aim is to help to reach consensus conclusions on drug responses and mouse phenotypes.
Allows users to access a positron emission tomography (PET) brain studies repository for inter-subject anatomical variability. PET-SORTEO is a Monte Carlo-based simulation platform that permits reproduction of the image formation process of modern tomograph and can be employed for the validation of data analysis methods, as well as correction and reconstruction methods. It can generate full PET studies, including emission and transmission scans.
Contains data visualizations for exploring and communicating results from large genomic and health datasets. GEViT is a gallery of visualization design with hundreds of categorized visualizations. In this dataset, there is seven classes of chart types that form the basis of the data visualizations: common statistical, area, relational, temporal, spatial, tree and genomic.
Provides a resource for epidemiological studies data. ClinEpiDB allows users to explore several studies like the PRISM study that focuses on Malaria in Uganda. Users can access to data by using the example searches that are categorized by households, participants, observations and light traps. The platform offers several tools to visualize information like a contingency table or a distribution graph.
Provides a collection of graphs in R. The R graph gallery offers a lot of plots with associated codes. Graphs are sorted by types such as: R colors, maps, basics, heatmap, dendrogram, stacked area graph and others. Users can submit their own graphs and access to the code by clicking on the graph.
Provides access to raw and annotated high-throughput mouse phenotyping data. EuroPhenome is a repository that serves as a community database with open access. The database contains and presents the baseline data derived during Eumorphia, captures and annotates mutant mouse phenotyping data from EUMODIC, presenting putative phenovariants to users. It provides three web tools: the ‘Phenome Data Viewer’, the ‘PhenoMap’ and the ‘Ontology Tree’ Tool.
Provides information for mouse phenotyping. EMPReSS is a comprehensive database of validated Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for screens to determine the phenotype of a mouse. It incorporates more than 90 SOPs that cover all of the main body systems. This platform serves for individual tests primarily, but can also be grouped together into phenotyping pipelines.