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The Chemical and Products Database (CPDat) MySQL Data File
The data included in this version of the Chemicals and
Products Database (CPDat) updates the information included in the 2017 release
(which was described in Dionisio et al., 2018: https://www.nature.com/articles/sdata2018125).
CPDat includes information on how chemicals are used curated from public
documents, including consumer product composition data, functional use data,
and general use data (from presence of chemicals on publicly available lists).
A key feature of CPDat is the curation of reported chemical to harmonized
identifiers, and consumer products to categories optimized for use in exposure
assessment. Since 2018, the CPDat team has worked to implement a new data
curation and management system, called Factotum, that will increase the volume
and reliability of data related to chemical use. This download is the first
version of CPDat curated within Factotum, provided as flat CSV files. CPDat
data curated within Factotum will also be regularly released via the CompTox
Chemicals Dashboard (https://comptox.epa.gov/dashboard).
This data release contains: 1) Additional machine-readable data (e.g., document
metadata) not available via the Dashboard, and 2) Data associated with new
curation activities since the most recent Dashboard release. In particular,
this release reflects curation of new data sources (including new sources
related to chemical functional use and occupational use of chemicals) and additional
curation of chemicals and products.