Ensembl Variant Effect Predictor (VEP): webinar

Want easy analysis of your own variant calls? The Ensembl Variant Effect Predictor (VEP) allows you to annotate variants with the genes and regulatory features they hit and what effect they have on them. It can also tell you if your variant is known or novel, and give you more information about known variants, such as population frequencies. You can use data from the VEP to prioritise variants from GWAS and whole variant calling studies, or from smaller scale single gene sequencing.

This webinar will guide you through using the easy web interface for the VEP - suitable for annotating small numbers of variants, and using the standalone script - suitable for fast analysis of genome-wide variant calls.

Familiarity with Ensembl is useful, but not essential. You don't need to have used the VEP before, but regular VEP users may find it useful to find out new tricks.

This webinar took place on 17th February 2016 and the video works best using Google Chrome and when viewed in full screen.

Why not join us for our series of live Ensembl webinars between the 24th March and 5th May 2016, which will come together to provide a complete browser course.  

About this course

Author(s): 
Ben Moore
Learning objectives: 
  • Discuss what the Ensembl VEP is and when you can use it
  • Explore the Ensembl VEP interface
Attachments: 
PDF icon vep_webinar.pdf
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