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 ====== Contribute to the BioGRID ====== ====== Contribute to the BioGRID ======
 In order for the BioGRID to continue to grow and expand, we rely on the community to help us through contributions that improve our dataset. There are 5 major ways that you can contribute **right away**. ​ In order for the BioGRID to continue to grow and expand, we rely on the community to help us through contributions that improve our dataset. There are 5 major ways that you can contribute **right away**. ​
-  - Send us your published ​interaction ​data.+  - Send us your published data.
   - Join our curation team.   - Join our curation team.
   - Link to us / Link to our result pages.   - Link to us / Link to our result pages.
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   - Point out any errors/​corrections to our existing data.   - Point out any errors/​corrections to our existing data.
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-===== 1. Send Us Your Interaction ​Data ===== +===== 1. Send Us Your Data ===== 
-The easiest way to ensure your interactions ​are added to our index is to send us your published results. You can contact us at **[[biogridadmin@gmail.com]]** and one of our curators will get back to you ASAP. In most cases, all you need to do is send us a Microsoft Excel or Plain Text File containing your interaction ​results, and our team can incorporate it into the BioGRID. Furthermore,​ if you have a publication that is "in press",​ but not yet released to the public, we can also work with you to get your data incorporated into the BioGRID, so that they are available in our results as quickly as possible to coincide with the release of your paper.  ​+The easiest way to ensure your data are added to our sites is to send us your published results. You can contact us at **[[biogridadmin@gmail.com]]** and one of our curators will get back to you ASAP. In most cases, all you need to do is send us a Microsoft Excel or Plain Text File containing your results, and our team can incorporate it into the BioGRID. Furthermore,​ if you have a publication that is "in press",​ but not yet released to the public, we can also work with you to get your data incorporated into the BioGRID, so that they are available in our results as quickly as possible to coincide with the release of your paper.  ​ 
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 +To ease submission of interaction data, we've created a template document you can use to format your interaction data. Simply **{{:​biogrid_data_submission_form.xls|fill out this form}}** with your interaction details, and **[[biogridadmin@gmail.com|send it to us]]**.
  
-To ease submission of data, we've created a template document you can use to format your interaction data. Simply **{{:​biogrid_data_submission_form.xls|fill out this form}}** with your interaction details, and **[[biogridadmin@gmail.com|send it to us]]**. 
 ===== 2. Join Our Curation Team ===== ===== 2. Join Our Curation Team =====
 Although we continue to expand the number of organisms and interactions curated every month, the truth is that it's impossible for us to cover everything simultaneously. If you have an area of interest you'd like to see curated, we'd love to have you join our team.  Although we continue to expand the number of organisms and interactions curated every month, the truth is that it's impossible for us to cover everything simultaneously. If you have an area of interest you'd like to see curated, we'd love to have you join our team. 
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 If you have a large website such as a model organism database, major annotation resource, bioinformatics tool, etc, we would love to work with you to incorporate links to BioGRID results directly from relevant pages within your resource. Already databases such as [[http://​www.arabidopsis.org/​|TAIR]],​ [[http://​www.yeastgenome.org/​|SGD]],​ [[http://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​gene/​|NCBI Entrez Gene]], [[http://​flybase.org/​|FlyBase]],​ [[http://​www.genedb.org/​Homepage|GeneDB]],​ [[http://​string.embl.de/​|STRING]],​ [[http://​www.pathwaycommons.org/​pc/​|Pathway Commons]], etc. have worked with us to build links, and we'd be happy to work with you as well. Simply email us at **[[biogridadmin@gmail.com]]** and we can work out all the details. To see some of the other databases already working with us, visit our **[[external_database_downloads|External Database Downloads]]** page for examples of files we've already made for others. If you have a large website such as a model organism database, major annotation resource, bioinformatics tool, etc, we would love to work with you to incorporate links to BioGRID results directly from relevant pages within your resource. Already databases such as [[http://​www.arabidopsis.org/​|TAIR]],​ [[http://​www.yeastgenome.org/​|SGD]],​ [[http://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​gene/​|NCBI Entrez Gene]], [[http://​flybase.org/​|FlyBase]],​ [[http://​www.genedb.org/​Homepage|GeneDB]],​ [[http://​string.embl.de/​|STRING]],​ [[http://​www.pathwaycommons.org/​pc/​|Pathway Commons]], etc. have worked with us to build links, and we'd be happy to work with you as well. Simply email us at **[[biogridadmin@gmail.com]]** and we can work out all the details. To see some of the other databases already working with us, visit our **[[external_database_downloads|External Database Downloads]]** page for examples of files we've already made for others.
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 ===== 4. Alert Us to Publications that we Might have Missed in Our Curation ===== ===== 4. Alert Us to Publications that we Might have Missed in Our Curation =====
 While the BioGRID employs a large curation management system that constantly fetches new publications for curation, occasionally a paper might be missed by our system. If you're looking for a publication that doesn'​t seem to be in our system, **[[biogridadmin@gmail.com|let us know about it]]** and we'll add it to our curation queue. All we need is the pubmed id of the paper and our curators can take it from there... While the BioGRID employs a large curation management system that constantly fetches new publications for curation, occasionally a paper might be missed by our system. If you're looking for a publication that doesn'​t seem to be in our system, **[[biogridadmin@gmail.com|let us know about it]]** and we'll add it to our curation queue. All we need is the pubmed id of the paper and our curators can take it from there...
 
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