Coming soon:Harmonized Data
To benefit the broader research community,
the CHEAR Data Center has created a public data repository that houses harmonized deidentified data from all studies accepted into the CHEAR program that have passed the embargo period. The goal of this repository is to promote the secondary analysis of pooled children’s environmental health data by providing data in a manner that is findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable. The repository will be searchable by a number of features and users will be able to compile and download customized datasets from CHEAR research studies. We anticipate the repository’s release in early 2020 so please check back soon.