We present recount3, a resource consisting of over 750,000 publicly available human and mouse RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) samples uniformly processed by our new Monorail analysis pipeline. To facilitate access to the data, we provide the recount3 and snapcount R/Bioconductor packages as well as complementary web resources. Using these tools, data can be downloaded as study-level summaries or queried for specific exon-exon junctions, genes, samples, or other features. Monorail can be used to process local and/or private data, allowing results to be directly compared to any study in recount3. Taken together, our tools help biologists maximize the utility of publicly available RNA-seq data, especially to improve their understanding of newly collected data. recount3 is available from http://rna.recount.bio.
Check out recount3 now out in Genome Biology! https://t.co/aFZWEweFk6… and get the data here: https://t.co/DSvfyN7VEv. 750,000 (!!!) public RNA-seq samples processed and ready for scienceing! Amazing work from @chrisnwilks @BenLangmead @KasperDHansen @lcolladotor— Jeff Leek (@jtleek) November 29, 2021
Beyond pleased to have the recount3 preprint out: https://t.co/rgYIEayhAQ. It's a long time coming, involving total rebuild of our analysis infrastructure and heroic efforts from @chrisnwilks, @lcolladotor, @KasperDHansen and others. 1/6— Ben Langmead (@BenLangmead) May 24, 2021