Research is producing larger and more complex data than ever before. It is imperative that these data outputs are effectively managed and shared.
Better data – better described, more connected, more integrated and organised, more accessible, more easily used for new purposes – allows new questions to be investigated, larger issues to be investigated, and data landscapes to be explored.
The Australian National Data Service (ANDS) is here to help by leading the creation of a cohesive national collection of research resources and a richer data environment that will:
Make better use of Australia’s research outputs
Enable Australian researchers to easily publish, discover, access and use data
Enable new and more efficient research
Geographical locations of subcellular localization studies integrated in CropPAL
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