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Query datasets via the Data Browser

Seven Bridges is committed to providing Platform users with the most up-to-date versions of the public datasets that are available from the NCI Genomic Data Commons (GDC). In keeping with this commitment, the Platform transitioned to hosting the GDC Data Release 11.0 versions of TCGA GRCh38, TARGET GRCh38, TCGA legacy and CCLE on July 10, 2018.

As of this date, all files accessible via the Data Browser correspond to Data Release 11.0. Files from earlier dataset versions that are no longer represented in Data Release 11.0 are no longer accessible through saved Data Browser queries, and affected queries will return a result of '0'.

In addition, due to a change in the way some files within these datasets are hosted, a small number of saved Data Browser queries for which the files are still available also will return a '0' result. Such queries can be recreated using the Data Browser query-building canvas and will continue to return the same results as previously.

Please contact our Support Team at support@sbgenomics.com if you have any questions. The Seven Bridges Team looks forward to continuing to collaborate with the GDC in the months ahead to ensure the timely availability through the Platform of new data releases for this dataset.

Overview

The Data Browser is an interactive graphical interface for visually exploring datasets. Build queries to filter data by its metadata attributes. Then, add the filtered data to a project for further analysis.

Access the Data Browser

Access the Data Browser from the top navigation bar.

  1. Click Data on the top navigation bar.
  2. Select Data Browser.

Resources

Data Browser features Query method 1: start from an example query
Query method 2: start by searching through a dataset Query method 3: start from scratch
Query method 4: start from an existing query Query method 5: multiple dataset query
*About metadata for datasets