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Genome projects and multiomics experiments generate huge volumes of data that must be stored, mined, and transformed into useful knowledge. All this information is supposed to be accessible and, if possible, browsable afterwards. Computational biologists have been dealing with this scenario for more than a decade and have been implementing software and databases to meet this challenge. The GMOD's (Generic Model Organism Database) biological relational database schema, known as Chado, is one ofdoi:10.1093/gigascience/giaa097 pmid:32930331 pmcid:PMC7490629 fatcat:7jyk35vuuzc5ze4v3vvorkuu3y