Here, we show the amount of data distributed by the EGA.
Data Distributed / Live
The below figure represents the cumulative EGA data distribution via the download clients(v2 and v3.x api versions) using HTTPS, FTP, and download boxes using ASPERA. You can see cumulative values by clicking "Cumulative".
Cumulative EGA distribution of the UK Biobank dataset
Genomic data from the 500,000 people participating in the UK Biobank initiative is being distributed via the European Genome–phenome Archive (EGA). UK Biobank provides extremely detailed, high-quality datasets on individuals. It is an unprecedented collection that offers endless possibility and substantial efficiency savings for biomedical research and understanding the causes of disease.
Around 500,000 people from across the UK, between the ages of 40 and 69, participated in UK Biobank between 2006 and 2010, undergoing extensive measurements and genotyping. They provided blood, urine and saliva samples for future analysis – including genetic – and gave detailed information about themselves. They also agreed to allow UK Biobank to integrate information from their electronic health records. In order to learn more please visit the UK Biobank study page.
Daily EGA distribution of the UK Biobank dataset
The below figure represents the UK Biobank daily data distribution from the EGA.