Provenance

Provenance refers to records of the inputs, entities, systems, and processes that influence data of interest, providing a historical record of the data and its origins. The iReceptor team maintains an extensive list of the data provenance in each of the iReceptor repoaitories.

Repository Provenance

iReceptor v4.0 Data Provenance

On December 7, 2022 the iReceptor Platform, including all of the repositories used in the platform, moved to iReceptor v4.0, including the use of the v1.4 of the AIRR specification and v1.2 of the AIRR Data Commons API. As a result, a number of fields, and in particular the contents of some of these fields, that are stored in the iReceptor repositories and displayed through the iReceptor Scientific Gateway will have changed. More information about the changes related to this upgrade can be found on the iReceptor Version 4.0 Data Provenance page.

AIRR COVID-19

iReceptor Public Archive

External Repository Provenance

For external repositories the iReceptor team primarily maintains a log of when the repository came on line. Data provenance of the data in those external repositories is the responsibility of the repository owners.

VDJServer

VDJBase

sciReptor

NICD

University of Meunster

Roche/UCL