To promote and facilitate deposit, access, and sharing and reuse of IG and TCR AIRR-seq datasets through the creation of common repositories that enable:
- Standardized queries of processed AIRR-seq data
- Re-analysis of raw and processed AIRR-seq data utilizing repository analysis tools
- Download of raw and processed AIRR-seq data for offline re-analysis
Plans for 2021 include:
- Outreach to community to expand the AIRR Data Commons
- Manuscript – AIRR Data Commons from the user perspective
- Outreach to journals and funders to adopt AIRR Standards/Data Commons
- Recommendations: continue to adapt as required
- Registry: develop a programmatic registry that is searchable
- Standardized consent for data sharing (with Legal & Ethics WG)
- Standards WG related plans
- Continue to evolve the ADC API specification as the AIRR specification evolves
- Ontologies: continued participation in the Ontology sub-working group
- Persistent identifiers (PIDs): PIDs required for the AIRR Data Commons
Co-leaders: Brian Corrie and Artur Rocha
Members: Meredith Ashby, George Blanck, Felix Breden, Richard Bruskiewich, Tania Bubela, Syed Ahmad Chan Bukhari, Brian Corrie (Co-lead), Scott Christley, Lindsay Cowell, John Harting, David Klatzmann, Uri Laserson, Nishanth Marthandan, Bjoern Peters, Artur Rocha (Co-lead), Adrien Six, Adrian Thorogood, Eric Waltari, Corey Watson, and Yariv Wine.
Visit the Common Repository Working Group Project on GitHub for latest updates.
Recommendations from the Common Repository Working Group for discussion and adoption by the AIRR Community.
To open an account on GitHub go to https://github.com/and follow the directions.
Visit the AIRR Standards Documentation.