The GCAT project is on the Maelstrom Catalogue. Maelstrom Research's activities are founded on the data harmonization methodology developed under the DataSHaPER project, the open-source software developed by the OBiBa team, and the federated data analysis methodology developed under the DataSHIELD project. 

The Maelstrom Catalogue provides a user-friendly solution for data discovery. It contains comprehensive information about epidemiological research networks and studies, data collected and it also provides information about harmonized data generated. 

See our project on the Maelstrom Catalogue here.

Moreover, the GCAT data variables definition, as well as summary data, can be browsed on the GCAT variable catalogue on MICA to help identify variables of interest to support your collaborative research projects.

A short video tutorial showing how to use the variable browser is avaliable below (use CC button for video captions).

GCAT variable search from GCAT Genomes for Life on Vimeo