Database design


The availability of quality data plays an important role in a successful vaccine discovery campaign. Often, this information is electronically stored in databases. The nature and complexity of a database can vary significantly, from a simple boutique database tailored to a small number of users to a large warehouse for storing tens of thousands of sequences. Database design produces a detailed blueprint of a database. It may take time, but the benefits are numerous. A well-designed database not only helps avoid redundant data, but can also provide you with access to quality, up-to-date and accurate information. It is important to understand the functions the database is expected to perform, the contents to be stored, ...

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