Webinars

Webinars

Our webinar series is a freely accessible collection of live seminars focused on EMBL-EBI resources. They provide both brief introductions to a range of databases and more in-depth coverage of new features and tools to assist you in your research.

Each webinar is delivered by an EMBL-EBI expert and is followed by a question and answer session. The webinars are recorded and continue to be freely available through Train online.

August 2018

9
Online Resources and Biological Data Analysis
9th Aug22nd Nov

This webinar series provides an overview of publicly available data resources, with an emphasis on those provided by the EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute.

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September 2018

26
Data visualisation 101: A practical introduction to designing scientific Figures
26th Sep

In this webinar we will go through the basic principles of designing scientific figures to communicate our research findings. We will focus on how we can utilise colour effectively and help our audience make accurate quantitative judgements by taking advantage of fundamental principles of human perception. We will also discuss strategies for visualising complex datasets.

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October 2018

3
Introduction to QuickGo
3rd Oct

This webinar is currently under development. Full details about the webinar and information on how to register will be posted here once they have been confirmed.

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17
Europe PMC update
17th Oct

This webinar is currently under development. Full details about the webinar and information on how to register will be posted here once they have been confirmed.

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November 2018

14
HMMER
14th Nov

This webinar is currently under development. Full details about the webinar and information on how to register will be posted here once they have been confirmed.

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28
Programmatically navigating microbial life: exploring metagenomic datasets using the MGnify API
28th Nov

This webinar is currently under development. Full details about the webinar and information on how to register will be posted here once they have been confirmed.

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