Learn how to use Athena on AWS to quickly search Sequence Read Archive (SRA) in the cloud. Jonathan Trow, SRA Curator at the U.S. National Library of Medicine's National Center for Biotechnology Information, introduces a way to search SRA submitter-supplied metadata and the results of SRA taxonomic analysis with the native AWS tool, Athena, which explores cloud-based data tables using SQL-like queries.
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