The e!DAL JAVA-API - Store, Share and Cite Primary Data in Life Sciences

Daniel Arend
Current strategies for primary data management towards effective data publication, retrieval, sharing and citation require enhanced platforms. One driving force is the recent developments in biotechnology. It is attended by a strong growth of scientific primary data. For example, “Next-Generation-Sequencing” or “Plant-Phenotyping” technologies produce a huge amount of primary data. Its analysis and publication is one pillar in modern life science research. Consequently, the responsible use and efficient availability of digital resources is an important...
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