Expression Atlas Quick tour
This extended quick tour provides an introduction to Expression Atlas, an open resource for finding information about gene expression across species and biological conditions. Expression Atlas aims to help answer questions such as ‘where is a certain gene expressed?’ or ‘how does its expression change in a disease?'.
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for anyone who would like to learn about Expression Atlas. Undergraduate-level knowledge of biology would be an advantage.
What will I achieve?
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Gain a basic understanding of what Expression Atlas is and how it works
- Know how to use Expression Atlas to explore gene expression data
- Describe where to find out more about Expression Atlas
What resources do I need?
There are no specific resources required to complete this course.
- What is Expression Atlas?
- What can I do with Expression Atlas?
- Searching and visualising data in Expression Atlas
- Getting data from Expression Atlas
- Get help and support on Expression Atlas
- Your feedback
How and when to access the course
All our courses are designed with flexibility in mind. You can access them for free at any time, just click on the “Enter Course” button.
It is up to you how you use the course; you can either study the full course or you can focus on sections that are relevant to you. To jump between sections, use the navigation bar on the left or the arrows at the bottom of the page. You can also choose whether to complete the course in one go, or over several visits.
The average time to read through the main body of the course is 0.5 hours (not including exercises and external links). The time may vary depending on your prior knowledge and how you choose to work through the course.
Making the most of the course
Learning something new takes time and practice. We encourage you to:
- Use the activities and quizzes to help you check your learning, recall and apply key concepts. Look out for these icons:-
Activities Quizzes Videos
- Revisit sections as and when you need them. Bookmark relevant pages in your browser or use the navigation panel to jump the relevant section.
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