Searching and getting data from PRIDE
Searching using PRIDE Archive
You can use the main PRIDE Archive website to search across datasets, and a list of project summaries will be shown as a result. (See Figure 2).
Search terms (in the case of terms controlled by an ontology) may not match directly with the original annotation of a dataset, but a match can be inferred using the ontology hierarchy. For example a search for 'brain' will also retrieve datasets annotated with 'hippocampus' or 'cerebral cortex'. In those cases the search term will be shown in brackets behind the original annotation.
A project summary includes all the metadata for a dataset. For example:
A link to download the data files is present in the upper right-hand corner (see Figure 3).
Downloading data using PRIDE Archive
For each project dataset in the PRIDE Archive there is a link to download all the available data files. (Figure 4).