LBC1936 fastq files
1075 members of the LBC1936 were sequenced using the Illumina HiSeq X platform. This dataset contains the paired fastq files.
- 1075 samples
- DAC: EGAC00001001376
- Technology: Illumina HiSeq X Ten
- HMB DUO:0000006 (version: 2019-01-07)health or medical or biomedical researchThis data use permission indicates that use is allowed for health/medical/biomedical purposes; does not include the study of population origins or ancestry.
- RU DUO:0000014 (version: 2019-01-07)research use onlyThis data use limitation indicates that use is limited to research purposes (e.g., does not include its use in clinical care).
- PUB DUO:0000019 (version: 2019-01-07)publication requiredThis data use modifier indicates that requestor agrees to make results of studies using the data available to the larger scientific community.
- TS DUO:0000025 (version: 2019-01-07)time limit on useThis data use modifier indicates that use is approved for a specific number of months.
- US DUO:0000026 (version: 2019-01-07)user specific restrictionThis data use modifier indicates that use is limited to use by approved users.
- PS DUO:0000027 (version: 2019-01-07)project specific restrictionThis data use modifier indicates that use is limited to use within an approved project.
- IS DUO:0000028 (version: 2019-01-07)institution specific restrictionThis data use modifier indicates that use is limited to use within an approved institution.
- RTN DUO:0000029 (version: 2019-01-07)return to database or resourceThis data use modifier indicates that the requestor must return derived/enriched data to the database/resource.
Data access agreement for accessing the Lothian Birth Cohorts genetic and phenotypic data.
DATA ACCESS AGREEMENT Transfer of Data THIS AGREEMENT SETS OUT THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS ON WHICH ACCESS WILL BE GRANTED TO THE DATA SPECIFIED BELOW. BY SIGNING THIS AGREEMENT YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Defined Terms For the purpose of this Agreement, the following terms shall be understood to mean: “Agreement” this Data Access Agreement. “Confidential Information” any information of a confidential nature disclosed by Edinburgh to You in whatever form (whether written, oral, visual or electronic). “Data” [INSERT DESCRIPTION OF DATA]… all of which forms part of the Database. A full list of data items is appended with a Data Request Form. ] “Database” the Lothian Birth Cohort 1936 and the Lothian Birth Cohort 1921 Study Databases. “Derived Data” the data, datasets, algorithms and /or derived variables used therein which may be derived from the use or analysis of the Data by You in carrying out the Project. “Edinburgh” The University Court Of The University Of Edinburgh, a charitable body registered in Scotland under registration number SC005336, incorporated under the Universities (Scotland) Acts and having its main administrative offices at Old College, South Bridge Edinburgh, EH8 9YL. “Edinburgh Scientist” Dr Simon Cox, Director of the Lothian Birth Cohorts, Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh, 7 George Square Edinburgh, EH8 9JZ. “Intellectual Property” means (i) patents, designs, trade marks and trade names (whether registered or unregistered), copyright and related rights, database rights, know-how and confidential information; (ii) all other intellectual property rights and similar or equivalent rights anywhere in the world which currently exist or are recognised in the future; and (iii) applications, extensions and renewals in relation to such rights. “Project” the project entitled “TBC”. “Recipient Institution” TBC “Recipient Scientist(s)” TBC “Term” TBC years “You” the Recipient Institution and/or the Recipient Scientist. 2. Use of the Data 2.1 You acknowledge and agree that only the Recipient Scientist(s) is/are permitted to have access to and to use the Data. The Recipient Scientist(s) will access and use the Data solely for the purpose of carrying out the Project and will not access or use the Data for any other purpose without prior written consent from Edinburgh. Recipient Institution shall in any event procure acceptance of the terms of this Agreement by all persons who have access to the Data. 2.2 You will comply with all security and operating requirements notified to you by Edinburgh and will use the Data in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and research governance. 2.3 You undertake to make no attempt to link the Data to any other datasets whatsoever (including, without limitation, any external datasets or any datasets from the same patient cohort) held by different recipients or by You for different projects, without prior written consent from Edinburgh, or to use the Data to identify the Data subjects. 2.4 You will not use the Data for any commercial purpose or any purpose that is subject to consulting or licensing obligations to third parties without prior written consent from Edinburgh. 3. 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EDINBURGH GIVES NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, THAT:- (a) THE DATA AND DERIVED DATA IS ACCURATE OR COMPLETE; (b) THE DATA AND DERIVED DATA IS FIT FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE; (c) YOUR USE OF THE DATA AND DERIVED DATA WILL NOT INFRINGE ANY THIRD PARTY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OR OTHER RIGHTS. 6.2 EACH PARTY AGREES THAT NEITHER PARTY SHALL BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCURRED BY THE OTHER PARTY UNDER OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT HOWSOEVER CAUSED. 6.3 Nothing in this Agreement excludes, restricts or otherwise limits either party’s liability for any death or personal injury arising from its negligence or for any loss suffered by the other party as a result of it’s fraud. 7. Term and Termination of Access 7.1 You agree that You will access the Data during the Term only. You accept and agree that: (a) Edinburgh may terminate Your access to the Data forthwith upon any breach of this Agreement by You; and (b) Edinburgh may terminate Your access to the Data upon giving You one month’s written notice. 7.2 On termination or expiry of this Agreement You shall immediately destroy all tangible copies of the Data in Your possession and (to the extent possible to do so) delete all copies of the Data from Your computer systems and confirm in writing to Edinburgh that this has been done. 7.3 You acknowledge and agree that the provisions of this Agreement will continue in full force and effect following expiry of the Term or termination of Your access to the Data by Edinburgh pursuant to Clause 7.1. 8. Additional Data 8.1 If agreed in written with the Edinburgh Scientist, additional data items may be supplied to the Recipient Institution to facilitate the analysis as part of the Project, on the same terms as are contained in this Agreement. 9. Applicable law and jurisdiction You agree that Scots law shall govern this Agreement and the Scottish courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any matter relating to it. Edinburgh hereby accepts the foregoing terms and conditions: For and on behalf of Edinburgh: Signed: Date: Name: Title: The Recipient Institution hereby accepts the foregoing terms and conditions: For and on behalf of the Recipient Institution: Signed: Date: Name: Title: As the Recipient Scientist, I acknowledge receipt of a copy of this Agreement and confirm that I will abide by its terms insofar as those terms are applicable to me: Signed: Date: Name: LBC1921/36 Data request form Provisional title of study Principal researcher (include institution address, email & phone) Provisional author list Brief rationale for study Main variables to be analysed (variable names from data dictionary) Which journal(s) are you considering?
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