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 **Dataset**-a dataset includes all the screens associated with a particular publication or pre-publication document. A single publication may have 1-100s of screens associated with it. **Dataset**-a dataset includes all the screens associated with a particular publication or pre-publication document. A single publication may have 1-100s of screens associated with it.
  
-**Screen**-a set of gene level quantitative scores derived from a single experiment. ​In ORCS screens are named with a number ​and PMID in order to differentiate them from any other screens in the same publicationFor example, if an author published the quantitative gene level scores from an experiment in which a cell line was screened ​with an sgRNA library and exposed to drug and also a separate experiment in which the drug was withheld these screen ​results would both be curated as 1-PMID1234567 and 2-PMID1234567+**Screen**-a set of gene level quantitative scores derived from a single experiment. ​Each screen is assigned ​a number ​followed by the PubMed ID (e.g. 1-PMID26627737) to ensure publications ​with mulitple screens have unique identfier for each individual ​screen.
  
 
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