AWS now publishes its current IP address ranges in JSON format. To view the current ranges, download the .json file using the following link. If you access this file programmatically, ensure that the application downloads the file only after successfully verifying the TLS certificate that is returned by the AWS server.
The data are freely available below in two compressed (\".zip\") formats: SAS transport (.tpt) files and ASCII comma-separated variable (.csv) files. The program read_tpt.sas can be used to convert the .tpt files to native SAS data sets. Lines in the ASCII CSV files are terminated by the newline character \"\\n\". \"CSV\" stands for comma separated values. All values in the ASCII CSV files are separated by commas. In addition, the character values are enclosed by double quotes. The compression ratio for the compressed files is about 75%. The \".zip\" files can be uncompressed with winzip or pkunzip. To check your ability to uncompress these files, download the small file compress.zip. The SAS \".tpt\" files are transferable to other formats using software such as Stat/Transfer or DBMS/Copy, and can be used directly by Stata using the fdause command.To download files in Internet Explorer, right click on them and select \"Save Target As...\".Internal users can access the data at /home/data/patents
The European Genome-Phenome Archive (EGA) is co-managed by EBI and CRG. Data can only be downloaded through their EGA download client, but metadata may be viewed on their website. Files are grouped into datasets based on the study they were collected in, and access is granted on a dataset by dataset basis. This repository carries both ICGC and non-ICGC data.
After you have successfully logged in, you will be redirected back to PDC where you can create an access key. If you see TCGA-PCAWG in the project list and you have download rights, you can proceed with generating an access key. Click on Create access key button. A popup will show you the new access key and secret key.
Next, you will need to obtain your access token to download data from AWS. Once your DACO application has been approved, use your OpenID (ie. the Google email address you specified in your DACO application) to log into 59ce067264