All of the user entered data is available for citizen scientists (as well as some AI scientists and statisticians with significant others having CFS). This was a promise that I made in collecting the data — make the data freely available without any human identifying information.
On the menu, you will see an Advance tab.
The first three are reference tables which will be similar from day to day. The 2nd three should always be downloaded/updated as a set (I randomize the SampleId daily to insure privacy).
I show an example of the data in each one below. Yes, for your data nerds, the data structure has been normalized.
Taxonomy id,Parent id,name,rank
Symptom id,Symptom Name
134,Asymptomatic: Live in house with person with probable microbiome dysfunction
132,Asymptomatic: Minor Health Issues (a few symptoms only)
131,Asymptomatic: No Health Issues
25,Autonomic Manifestations: nausea
29,Autonomic Manifestations: bladder dysfunction
31,Autonomic Manifestations: cardiac arrhythmias
124,Autonomic Manifestations: Cortisol disorders or irregularity
22,Autonomic Manifestations: delayed postural hypotension
Metabolism id,Metabolism Name
39,Amino acid metabolism: Alanine aspartate and glutamate metabolism
35,Amino acid metabolism: Arginine and proline metabolism
49,Amino acid metabolism: beta-Alanine metabolism
34,Amino acid metabolism: Cyanoamino acid metabolism
45,Amino acid metabolism: Cysteine and methionine metabolism
48,Amino acid metabolism: D-Alanine metabolism
50,Amino acid metabolism: D-Arginine and D-ornithine metabolism
32,Amino acid metabolism: D-Glutamine and D-glutamate metabolism:
Sample To Symptom CSV
Sample id,Symptom Id
Sample to Metabolism CSV
Sample id,Metabolism Id,Value
Sample to Taxonomy CSV
Sample Id,taxonomy id,Count Norm
The data is there for any professional or amateur research to use. The greatest value comes when people provide their symptoms and copies the function/metabolites numbers into this shared repository.