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I use figshare to share data, my data page is here.

⊕ Fission yeast strains. The majority of the wild strains used for the Nature Genetics and Nature Communications papers are available at the National BioResource Project (NBRP) in Japan, which can be searched here. Some are not yet, or have different names, see this file.

Data for:
Transient structural variations have strong effects on quantitative traits and reproductive isolation in fission yeast. Nature Communications 24;8:14061 doi:10.1038/ncomms14061 is on figshare here. The microarray gene expression data we generated is on ArrayExpress is here.

Data for: A beginners guide to estimating the non-synonymous to synonymous rate ratio of all protein-coding genes in a genome. Methods Mol. Biol. 2015:1201:65-90.
Data on figshare.

 Data for: The genomic and phenotypic diversity of Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Nature Genetics 47(3):235-241.
Data on figshare, including SNPs and indels are available are available in VCF format, de novo assemblies, data on spore viability, genetic & geographic distances, and all supplementary tables from the published article.
* The strains can be obtained from The National BioResource Project in Japan, by searching for the JB numbers described in the article.

 spotsizer_logo3Spotsizer: High throughput quantitative analysis of microbial growth. Spotsizer is a software tool for collecting high throughput measurements of microbial colony size in arrays of different densities. It is very accurate, works well even with bad images, has a simple graphical interface, and a batch image process mode.  A free fully functional pre-publication version of Spotsizer for Windows, Mac and linux is now available here.

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