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Plant Phenomics, 2019, 2019 : 1-15.

04 Jun 2019   Applying FAIR principles to plant phenotypic data management in GnpIS

Pommier, C. ; Michotey, C. ; Cornut, G. ; Roumet, P. ; DuchĂȘne, E. ; Flores, R. ; Lebreton, A. ; Alaux, M. ; Durand, S. ; Kimmel, E. ; Letellier, T. ; Merceron, G. ; LainĂ©, M. ; Guerche, C. ; Loaec, M. ; Steinbach, D. ; Laporte, M.-A. ; Arnaud, E. ; Quesneville, H. ; Adam-Blondon, A.-F.

GnpIS is a data repository for plant phenomics that stores whole field and greenhouse experimental data including environment measures. It allows long-term access to datasets following the FAIR principles: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable, by using a flexible and original approach. It is based on a generic and ontology driven data model and an innovative software architecture that uncouples data integration, storage, and querying. It takes advantage of international standards including the Crop Ontology, MIAPPE, and the Breeding API. GnpIS allows handling data for a wide range of species and experiment types, including multiannual perennial plants experimental network or annual plant trials with either raw data, i.e., direct measures, or computed traits. It also ensures the integration and the interoperability among phenotyping datasets and with genotyping data. This is achieved through a careful curation and annotation of the key resources conducted in close collaboration with the communities providing data. Our repository follows the Open Science data publication principles by ensuring citability of each dataset. Finally, GnpIS compliance with international standards enables its interoperability with other data repositories hence allowing data links between phenotype and other data types. GnpIS can therefore contribute to emerging international federations of information systems.

2019_Pommier_Plant Phenomics.pdf
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