BioDare stands for Biological Data Repository, its main focus is data from circadian experiments.
We have developed the new version of our service: BioDare2.
All new users should try the new service as we no longer provide training for the classic BioDare.
Many datasets in BioDare are available to the public, use the link on the left to access them.
Data that are made public are available under the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY). Data uploaded to BioDare remains the intellectual property of the uploading laboratory. Management responsibility for the data remains with the laboratory.
If you want to run your own analysis you can use a demo account (credentials demo/demo).
How to cite BioDare
Please cite BioDare with its website (www.biodare.ed.ac.uk) and the two papers:
Zielinski T, Moore AM, Troup E, Halliday KJ, Millar AJ (2014)
Strengths and Limitations of Period Estimation Methods for Circadian Data.
PLoS ONE 9(5): e96462. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0096462 link
Moore A, Zielinski T, Millar AJ (2014)
Online period estimation and determination of rhythmicity in circadian data. Using the BioDare data infrastructure.
Methods in Molecular Biology, 1158 p:13-44. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4939-0700-7_2 link
BioDare development was funded by the BBSRC and EPSRC systems biology projects ROBuST (award BB/F005237) and SynthSys (award BB/D019621), and it is currently being continued under the EU FP7 Integrated Project TiMet (award 245143).