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Data Usage Policy

In 2009 the Toronto International Data Release Workshop agreed on a policy statement about prepublication data sharing (Nature 461, 168-170). Prepublication data release was recommended for genetic association studies involving "genomewide association analysis of thousands of samples", among other kinds of studies.

Accordingly, many of the datasets in T3 are being made available prior to publication of a global analysis by the data producers. Guidelines for appropriate sharing of these data are given in the excerpt from the Toronto Statement below.

Producers' information about specific datasets

DescriptionSourceDatasetsPublication planDate
in T3
Unrestricted
as of
Identification of the VERNALIZATION 4 gene Jorge Dubcovsky VRND4_UCD_2015 Kippes N., J.M. Debernardi, H. Vasquez-Gross, B.A. Akpinar, B.H., K. Kato, S. Chao, E. Akhunov and J. Dubcovsky. 2015. Identification of the VERNALIZATION 4 gene reveals the origin of spring growth habit in ancient wheats from South Asia. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 112: E5401–E5410. May 2015 Oct 2015
Stem solidness trial Luther Talbert 6x4x_2012_Bozeman Varella, AC, Weaver DK, Sherman JD, Blake NK, Heo HY, Kalous JR, Chao S, Hofland ML, Martin JM, Kephart KD, and LE Talbert. (2015) Association Analysis of Stem Solidness and Wheat Stem Sawfly Resistance in a Panel of North American Spring Wheat Germplasm. Crop Sci. 55:2046-2055. doi: 10.2135/cropsci2014.12.0852 May 2013 May 2014
9K wheat iSelect assay Eduard Akhunov NSGCwheat9K Details of publications can be found on the project website: Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) markers for high-throughput genotyping to advance genomic, genetic and breeding research in wheat. Oct 2011 Oct 2012
107 Mb exome capture assay and first generation haplotype map of wheat Eduard Akhunov NSGCwheat9K Details of publications can be found on the project website: First Generation Wheat Hapmap. Oct 2011 Oct 2012

Toronto Statement

Data producers should state their intentions and enable analyses of their data by:

Data analysts/users should freely analyse released prepublication data and act responsibly in publishing analyses of those data by:

In 2009 the Toronto International Data Release Workshop agreed on a policy statement about prepublication data sharing. Accordingly, the data producers are making many of the datasets in T3 available prior to publication of a global analysis. Guidelines for appropriate sharing of these data are given in the excerpt from the Toronto Statement.

I agree to the Data Usage Policy as specified in Toronto Statement.