Genomics Data

Genomics Data is an open access journal that considers articles on all aspects of genome-scale analysis:

  1. Limited only to nucleic acids analysis
  2. Microarray and Next-Gen Sequencing data
  3. All organisms

Genomics Data publishes high quality and standardized reports summarizing results of microarray or sequencing studies in all types of organisms. The genomic and functional genomic data/results are intended to serve as points of record that are enriched with data generation strategies and methods, data QC metrics, data analysis process and algorithms, biological interpretation and conclusions. All articles will be peer-reviewed and verified by the editorial team.

In view of the journal's mission for reproducibility, the journal has a focus on its signature Data in Brief articles. Data in Brief describe publicly available genomic datasets thoroughly so that the data can be reproduced, reused and reanalyzed. Data in Brief are also an ideal complement to research articles. Further, to facilitate communication through standards, Genomics Data screens for compliance with MIAME and MINSEQE standards and promotes the use of standard Ontology for Biomedical Investigations.

In addition to original research articles and Data in Brief, authors may also consider making contributions in the forms of (1) review, (2) method and/or SOP, (3) meeting report, and (4) commentary and perspective articles.

Editors-in-Chief Jian-Bing Fan , John Quackenbush



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  • Imprint: ELSEVIER
  • ISSN: 2213-5960