The Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Initiative (HipSci) is generating a large, high-quality reference panel of human IPSC lines for the research community. These lines are created from tissue donations from both healthy volunteers and patients from particular rare disease communities. This video describes the data generated by the HipSci project and how user-access to the data is managed. Each line generated by HipSci is extensively characterised, with genetic, proteomic and phenotypic data that is freely available for use by the wider research community. The HipSci project releases both its quality control data (QC) and its assay data to the community so everyone can use these datasets in research.