Metadata is data that describes other data. Metadata consists of properties, which describe each study's entities, and their values.
- Entities are particular resources with UUIDs, such as files, cases, samples, and cell lines. These can be the subject of your query.
- Properties can either describe an entity or relate that entity to another entity. For instance, properties include an entity's sex, file type or study disease.
You can use metadata on BioData Catalyst powered by Seven Bridges to browse and query studies. Learn more about methods to query studies based on their metadata.
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