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CartograTree
Integration of genomic, phenomic, and environmental data for georeferenced forest trees
Forest trees are long-lived and immobile individuals that serve as ideal models to assess population structure and adaptation to the environment. Despite the availability of comprehensive data, the researchers who study them are challenged to integrate data describing genotype, phenotype, and the environment. Towards this goal, the web application CartograTree was designed and implemented as an open repository and open-source analytic web-based framework for all three.

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Current Data Submission Leads!

Place
Email
Submissions
Trees
Country
1
charles.demurjian@uconn.edu
3
2115
United States
2
mengmeng.lu3510@gmail.com
2
382
Canada
3
lauracuervoa@gmail.com
1
1053
4
ntoroke@gwdg.de
1
550
Kyrgyzstan
5
peery@ualberta.ca
1
64
Canada

Prizes awarded after July 12th

  • Travel award for Plant and Animal Genome held annually in January 2020 in San Diego, CA (value: U$600)
  • Bioinformatic analytic support for any project - GBS, exome capture, genome assembly, genome annotation (20 hours) (value: U$1400)
  • Travel Award to Plant Biology 2019 in San Jose, CA (value U$:600).
You will get the opportunity to choose your award in if you are the first and second winner. The top five contributors will have an opportunity to serve as co-authors on the CartograTree publication for their substantial contributions to FAIR data science and will remain listed on the TreeGenes website.
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Detailed documentation, tutorials and resources
Catogratree Statistics
Trees37448
Species141
Genera24
Countries43
Studies77
Genotypes11,638,168
Phenotypes536,122

Meetings/Training

ISMB/ECCB 2019
July 21 to 25 2019
Basel,Switzerland

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