Submitting In Situ & Next Gen Sequencing Data using the Online Submission Interface
Submitting in situ data (mouse) - quick guide
Submitting in situ data (mouse) - manual
Submitting in situ data (human) - manual
Submitting next gen data (mouse) - quick guide
Submitting next gen data (mouse) - manual
Submitting In Situ & Microarray Data by Spreadsheet
Documentation on Submissions plus template spreadsheets for In Situ and Microarray data (zip file containing Word / Excel documents)
Documentation on Submission format (ISH) html
Documentation on Submission format (IHC) html
Documentation on Submission format (Microarray) html
GUDMAP Data Upload Service Instructions
To access the GUDMAP Data Upload Service please visit upload.gudmap.org
In order to upload images you will need to download and install the OMERO Insight client. This can be access from:
Once installed you will need to set-up the client to connect to the GUDMAP Upload OMERO Server.
Follow the instructions in Using the OMERO Insight Importer (PDF) to set-up the client.
The username and password you should use are your existing GUDMAP login details.
Your username should be your email address. Please contact the Editorial Office if you have forgotten these details firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Go to upload.gudmap.org
2. Click on Seacloud button (center panel). Login using your GUDMAP login and password.
Please contact the Editorial Office if you have forgotten these details email@example.com
3. Seafile should open in the 'My Home' section. If not, this can be selected from the top menu-bar.
The files you upload are organized into libraries. The ‘My Home’ section lets you view different sets of libraries, ‘Mine’, ‘Shared’ and ‘Starred’. ‘Mine’ are libraries you have created, ‘Shared’ are ones others users have shared with you. ‘Starred’ shows you a list of individual files that you have ‘starred’ as being important.
In order to upload a file you must first create a library into which you can upload it.
To create new libraries simply click on the ‘New Library’ button.
4. You will now be able to upload files to the library – to do this click on the library name to go to the library page.
As well as being able to upload files to a library you will also be able to delete, download and share it (with other groups) a library – these controls are found under the ‘Operations’ heading.
5. On the library page and you should see an 'Upload' button in the upper right (next to New directory and New file). Click this to select or drag and drop files to upload. You can add multiple files for upload up to a maximum total file size of 19.5GB.
Submitting Files to GUDMAP - HGU Transfer Instructions (PDF)
The HGU Transfer system can be used to send data/files to GUDMAP up to 6GB in size. Please follow the instructions in the PDF.
The directory 'incoming' on the system ftpin is a place where files may be stored by people outside the HGU,
Upload into the incoming directory and contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let them know you've sent files.
Using the FTP upload will only work from computers that have standard academic domains (e.g. .edu, .ac). If you wish to use an alternative machine you will need to contact us (email@example.com) so that we can set this up.