Curators/Editors: Your Starting Point

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The curator's job is relatively straight forward. The curator tools are designed to be intuitively easy to follow. We provide a Curator Manual as a step by step guide for what's involved in the curation process.

All released QTLdb data are automatically populated to NCBI, Ensembl, UCSC, and Reuters Data Citation databases.

The Animal QTLdb is open to the public for new data entry and existing data updates. One needs to register for a curator account in order to contribute. Being a curator, you will be able to

  • have access to editing your own data
  • keep your data private or release to the public
  • take advantage of the QTLdb tool to examine your data against other public data in a private mode
  • while keeping your data in private mode but you can grant a privileged access to your data, which may be useful in the process of your manuscript review

Apply for a QTL data curator account
to enter/submit your data
NOTES: All fields are required
PI = "Principal Investigator"
Your application is subject to approval. Please provide complete information so that we can verify you as a valid applicant
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Registered curators:
Species Registered curators Contributing curators
catfish 2
cattle 37 7
chicken 18 6
goat 2 3
horse 8 4
pig 61 14
rainbow trout 8 4
sheep 15 7

Contributions by released data counts:
Contributors Contributions
Animal QTLdb Team25397099.432%
Non-QTLdb team volunteers14500.568%

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