Data Cycle

Data Life Cycle Services

Data — yours, your collaborators’, the community’s — is the backbone of computational science. CyVerse’s key services for managing the entire data life cycle, from storage to analysis to publication to reuse and sharing, let’s you manage all your data in one place. Explore how the Data Store, Data Commons and Discovery Environment support each step of your research, whether it’s bulk uploading of raw data, or interacting with and visualizing your data during analysis, or assigning permanent identifiers so others can find, access and reuse your data, Cyverse makes data management easy.

 

Events


Container Camp

March 10–13, 2020 | Tucson, AZ

Tuesday, March 10, 12 noon – Friday, March 13, 12 noon

An intensive three-day hands-on workshop to learn how to create, use, deploy and share software containers across a variety of computational systems from your laptop to cloud and HPC.


Webinar: VIBRANT: Automated Recovery and Annotation of Microbial Viruses from Genomic Sequences

February 28, 2020 | Virtual

10am Pacific | 11am Mountain | 12noon Central | 1pm Eastern

If you want to know how viruses may play a role in your research data, you should know about VIBRANT, a computational tool that uses sequencing data to identify, curate, annotate and estimate the quality of these viral sequences and can predict both free and integrated viruses.

News


CyVerse Training Lead Wins NSF 2026 Idea Machine Competition

Jason Williams, CyVerse Training Lead and Assistant Director of External Collaborations at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory DNA Learning Center, has been awarded the Meritorious Prize in the National Science Foundation 2026 Idea Machine Competition.

CyVerse Training Lead Named 2020 Kavli Frontiers of Science Fellow

Jason Williams, CyVerse Training Lead and Assistant Director of External Collaborations of the DNA Learning Center, has been named a 2020 Kavli Frontiers of Science Fellow.

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