MetroNomeTM Terms of Service
- You agree never to attempt to re-identify any individuals whose data, of any type, is included in this database.
- You agree not to attempt to access any data to which you have not been given have access rights, or to attempt to circumvent in any way the data access controls in place in the database . You may assume that you are authorized to use data that is visible to you directly from your account.
- You agree not to copy or redistribute, from this database, any individual-level data provided in the database that you do not have permission to copy, including, but not limited to, any dbGaP data sets for which you have access to the copy provided here.
- You agree to abide by all restrictions included in access permissions you have been granted by other Data Access Committees to any specific datasets within this repository.
- If you discover that, through normal use of the repository, individuals can be re-identified without explicit effort, you must report that to the repository help line immediately.
If you use MetroNomeTM in your work, please cite it as "metronome.nygenome.org"
In addition, you agree to the following terms covering the use of AACR Project GENIE data in the MetroNomeTM database:
- I will not attempt to identify or contact individual participants from whom these data were collected by any means.
- I will not redistribute the data without express written permission from the AACR Project GENIE Coordinating Center (send email to: email@example.com).
When publishing or presenting work using or referencing the AACR Project GENIE dataset please include the following attributions:
Please cite: AACR Project GENIE Consortium. AACR Project GENIE: Powering Precision Medicine Through an International Consortium, Cancer Discov. 2017 Aug;7(8):818-831 and include the version of the dataset used.
The authors would like to acknowledge the American Association for Cancer Research and its financial and material support in the development of the AACR Project GENIE registry, as well as members of the consortium for their commitment to data sharing. Interpretations are the responsibility of study authors.
Posters and presentations should include the AACR Project GENIE logo.