Author(s): 
Lisa Skipper

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to the DGVa, the EBI's Database of Genomic Variants archive.

Author(s): 
Vera Matser

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...

Author(s): 
John Overington

John Overington, Director of Bioinformatics at Stratified Medical, and former group leader at EMBL-EBI, presents a talk on the repurposing of drugs for novel therapeutic applications. The talk explores how computational approaches can be used to...

Author(s): 
Anna Gaulton

Anna Gaulton presents this webinar on the druggable genome and the concept of druggability. She discusses why druggability is so important in drug discovery and what methods and databases you can used to determine the druggability of your targets...

Author(s): 
Hubert Denise

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to EBI Metagenomics - a free resource for archiving, analysing, visualising, discovering and comparing metagenomic and metatranscriptomic datasets.

If you want to submit your metagenomics data...

Author(s): 
Hubert Denise

This tutorial provides you with a step-by-step guide for submitting metagenomics data to the European Nucleotide Archive (ENA) in order for it to be analysed by the EBI Metagenomics resource.

Author(s): 
Alex Mitchell

EBI metagenomics is a freely available hub for the analysis and exploration of metagenomic, metatranscriptomic, amplicon and assembly datasets. The resource provides rich functional and taxonomic analyses of user-submitted sequences, as well as...

Author(s): 
Emily Perry

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...

Author(s): 
Gary Saunders

This Quick tour provides a brief introduction to the European Genome-phenome archive (EGA).

The EMBL-EBI is the home of the world's most comprehensive range of freely available molecular databases and resources. Our resources help researchers share and analyse data and perform complex queries in many different ways. Join Tom Hancocks in...

From BLAST searches to literature services, gene annotation and information on protein structure and function, large amounts of biological data can be accessed online with the click of a button.

When it comes to repeated tasks with large...

Author(s): 
Gabry Rustici

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...

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to the Electron Microscopy Pilot Image Archive (EMPIAR), a public resource for raw, 2D electron microscopy images.

Between the 6th April and 18th May 2017, we will be holding a series of live Ensembl webinars which come together to provide a complete browser course.

This course includes an introduction to Ensembl, what kind of data Ensembl has, and...

Author(s): 
Paul Kersey

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to Ensembl Genomes , the non-chordate genome browser.

Author(s): 
Emily Perry

Taught by Emily from the Ensembl Outreach team, this webinar will show you what tools are available in Ensembl and how you can use them in your work, taking you through the processes step-by-step. We'll look at Data Slicer, Assembly Converter,...

Author(s): 
Ben Moore

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...

This course focuses on genomes on the Ensembl website at www.ensembl.org. It provides a quick beginner's guide to the overall structure of the Ensembl genome browser.

Author(s): 
Emily Perry

Ensembl runs API workshops worldwide, and for the first time we make one available online. Here you will find a collection of video lectures from the 'Ensembl...

Author(s): 
Emily Perry

This webinar was held on the 6th July 2016 and takes you through the Ensembl regulatory build, which is used to predict the location of promoters, enhancers and other regulatory features in the human and mouse genomes, using experimental data...

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