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This course was updated in December 2015. The full course on ArrayExpress is being redeveloped and will be available in early 2016.
An undergraduate-level understanding of biology is an advantage. You may wish to have a look at our Functional genomics: An introduction to EMBL-EBI resources before taking this course.Beginner0.5 hours
This webinar is presented by Marco Brandizi and covers the BioSamples database resource description framework (RDF).
This video is best viewed using Google Chrome and in full screen mode.Beginner0.5 hours
This quick tour provides a brief introduction to the EBI's BioSamples data resource.Beginner0.5 hours
The diXa data warehouse is a curated collection of toxicogenomics experiments, accessible through the diXa website. This course will show you how to use the diXa warehouse and what data is available.Beginner1 hour
Here you will find a collection of video lectures from the 'Hands on training in Next-Generation Sequencing' course that took place at EMBL-EBI on 12-14 March 2012, available for you to watch in your own time.
The workshop provides an introduction to Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) and addresses how to interpret the data and how the analysis is applied in Genomics.
Note: the videos in this course will only run on Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Safari.Beginner15 hours
Here you will find a collection of materials including videos of lectures from the 'EMBO Practical Course on Analysis of High-Throughput Sequencing Data' that took place at EMBL-EBI on 23-29 October 2011.
This course was aimed at advanced PhD students and post-doctoral researchers who are applying or planning to apply high throughput sequencing technologies and bioinformatics methods in their research.
The aim of this course was to familiarize the participants with advanced data analysis methodologies and provide hands-on training on the latest analytical approaches.Intermediate5 hours
This extended quick tour provides a brief introduction to the Expression Atlas (“Atlas”). An undergraduate-level understanding of biology is an advantage.
This course was updated in January 2015.Beginner0.5 hours
This course will introduce the field of functional genomics and provide an overview of the major resources for this field at EMBL-EBI.
Updated in August 2014.Beginner0.5 hours