Toward More Transparent and Reproducible Omics Studies Through a Common Metadata Checklist and Data Publications.

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@article{Kolker2013TowardMT, title={Toward More Transparent and Reproducible Omics Studies Through a Common Metadata Checklist and Data Publications.}, author={Eugene Kolker and Vural {\"{O}zdemir and Lennart Martens and William Hancock and Gordon Anderson and Nathaniel Anderson and Sukru Aynacioglu and Ancha Baranova and Shawn R Campagna and Rui Chen and John Choiniere and Stephen P Dearth and Wu-Chun Feng and Lynnette Ferguson and Geoffrey Fox and Dmitrij Frishman and Robert Grossman and Allison Heath and Roger Higdon and Mara H Hutz and Imre Janko and Lihua Jiang and Sanjay Joshi and Alexander Kel and Joseph W Kemnitz and Isaac S Kohane and Natali Kolker and Doron Lancet and Elaine Lee and Weizhong Li and Andrey Lisitsa and Adrian Llerena and Courtney MacNealy-Koch and Jean-Claude Marshall and Paola Masuzzo and Amanda May and George Mias and Matthew Monroe and Elizabeth Montague and Sean Mooney and Alexey Nesvizhskii and Santosh Noronha and Gilbert Omenn and Harsha Rajasimha and Preveen Ramamoorthy and Jerry Sheehan and Larry Smarr and Charles V Smith and Todd Smith and Michael Snyder and Srikanth Rapole and Sanjeeva Srivastava and Larissa Stanberry and Elizabeth Stewart and Stefano Toppo and Peter Uetz and Kenneth Verheggen and Brynn H Voy and Louise Warnich and Steven W Wilhelm and Gregory Yandl}, journal={Omics : a journal of integrative biology}, year={2013}, volume={18 1}, pages={10-4} }