How do you handle terabytes of data? That is a question that more and more investigators must face, on a weekly basis.
Are you one of them? Light-sheet fluorescence imaging, for example, generates so much data in each experimental run that handling and storing the raw data is a challenge. Next-generation sequencing is another, much more ubiquitous, case.
Read the July issue editorial “Byte-ing off more than you can chew” and let us know about your own experience, problems and practical (or impractical) solutions.