The Integrated Rapid Infectious Disease Analysis (IRIDA) project is a Canadian-led initiative to build an open source, end-to-end platform for public health genomics.

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INTEGRATED RAPID INFECTIOUS DISEASE ANALYSIS – IRIDA

Public health, food safety, and clinical microbiology labs around the world are embracing whole genome sequencing and genomic epidemiological approaches to modernize their infectious disease research, surveillance, diagnostics, and outbreak investigation programs. This new technology requires powerful, yet easy-to-use, intuitive software in order to transition these new Big Data methods out of the lab and into the front lines of public health activity. IRIDA is designed to make infectious disease genomics accessible to epidemiologists, clinical microbiologists, and the broader research community.

 

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IRIDA 20.01 Released

IRIDA’s first release for 2020, version 20.01 is ready for download. Find the new release at https://github.com/phac-nml/irida/releases. This update is heavy on developer updates that will help us support and …

Scheduled Outage: Oct 28, 2019

On October 28, 2019, Compute Canada will be performing a major scheduled upgrade to a shared filesystem that hosts IRIDA’s data (with a small possibility that it could extend into …