I came across this resource on your site:
I’m interested in blending the metadata for those sequences into this dataviz project – a volunteer effort to try to present data on this important topic to a non-technical audience:
It’s been quite straightforward to download and ingest your data – thank you for that.
But now I examine it, its seems the data for most countries is out-of-date (besides, US, UK and Bangladesh). For example via outbreak.info etc I can get sequencing stats for Australia up to late June. But in your metadata file it seems the latest available is October 2020?
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Thanks for the reply, that all makes sense to me and was very useful info.
I will try and encourage the Australian contributors to continue – I think fully open repositories are best and should be supported. It looks like Seeman,T is currently an A/Prof at a university that is a client of mine, so I’ll try to encourage him to continue.