Search for variables collected in the ALSPAC study

App version: 0.1.10 (11 May 2018)
Data version: 0.19.4

The ALSPAC data resource

The Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC), also known as Children of the 90s, is a world-leading birth cohort study, charting the health of 14,500 families in the Bristol area. You can find full information about the cohort here

For more than two decades clinic and questionnaire data has been collected from the participants.

This search tool is a quick and abridged version of a much more extensive data dictionary. You can find a lot more detail about these data here

The variable search tool

Use this website to search through the variables, obtain their identifiers and the number of records with that measure

You can use download lists of selected variables. For direct users, this can be used to extract variables directly. Alternatively, add this list to your data request form to specify the data that you require.

News

07/08/2018

Updates have been made to the following variable collections:

  • j_5a
  • CCT_1b
  • T_1c
  • n_r1b
  • h_6d
  • ta_2a
  • tc_2a

11/05/2018

Updates have been made to the following variable collections:

  • Child_bloods_r3a
  • FOM4_2a
  • Father_metabolomics_1a
  • mum_metabolomics_2a

25/04/2018

Updates have been made to the following variable collections:

  • Focus@7
  • Focus@8
  • Focus@9
  • Focus 10
  • Focus 11

29/12/2017

New web application for searching through the ALSPAC phenotype collection

Freely browse available ALSPAC data by variable name


Instructions

Use the search box to filter on keywords or terms. Click on rows to select those variables. Click the Download button to download a csv of the variables that you have selected.

If there is anything you cannot find, please consult the data dictionary or variables catalog . You can also get help from the team at ALSPAC-data@bristol.ac.uk .

Note: Sometimes the sample counts presented here will be inaccurate - consult the data dictionary data dictionary for accurate summary data for each of the variables

Note: High dimensional biological data including genetic variants, DNA methylation measures and gene expression measures are not included in this tool. You can find out more about sample availability here


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