Share Skyline Documents in Manuscripts
Skyline documents provide the ideal way to share targeted proteomics methods and results as supplementary material in your manuscripts.
Skyline has the following advantages available in no other targeted proteomics software:
Once you have created a Skyline document (.sky) and its companion data cache file (.skyd), your entire method and acquired results can be easily shared with the proteomics community. You are guaranteed that others will have freely available and rich access to your method design and results data.
To create a sharable ZIP file that includes:
Simply perform the following steps in Skyline:
You now have a compact file that can be shared publicly or upon request with any manuscript in which your methods and data are included.
Your readers will have open access to:
You can also share the report template(s) you found most useful in analyzing your data by doing the following:
The resulting Skyline report template file (.skyr) can also be shared with your manuscript along with R scripts to make it easy for readers to repeat your analysis on the systems in their labs, with their own samples.
Skyline helps you give the proteomics cummunity full, open access to your methods and results.