This week, we’re excited to announce a few improvements to help you to better organize and share your data on the One Codex beta platform. First, you can now make individual samples public, at which point you can share an analysis with anyone (and, of course, you’re always able to make the sample private again too). Here’s a sample public analysis. Second, we’ve added the ability to both sort and filter your samples in the main datasets view.
We’re excited to announce that the CDC’s Advanced Molecular Detection initiative has named One Codex as the winner of its $200K “No-Petri-Dish” Challenge! We are thrilled to be recognized by a world-leading public health agency and excited to begin offering solutions for next-generation public health and epidemiology. The “No-Petri-Dish” Diagnostic Test Challenge asked participants to develop a fast “straight-to-strain” method for identifying a type of E. coli known as STEC (a common cause of severe foodborne outbreaks).