This webinar will provide an introduction to public data resources, with an emphasis on those provided by EMBL-EBI and summarise how data are collected and shared by the research community, why open data sharing is important, and touch on some of the different types of experiments that can be performed on biological data.
- Create an account in our eLearning resource, Train online
- Complete Bioinformatics for the Terrified
- Complete the 10th Anniversary Treasure Hunt
Estimated study time: 2–3 h
This webinar is part of a series and is suitable for graduate students and above in the molecular life sciences, or indeed anyone working in the biomolecular sciences wishing to familiarise themselves with the wealth of biological data available in the public domain. We also warmly welcome the participation of course directors and lecturers, so that they can gauge whether the content might be useful for their own courses.