NCBI Workshop Series Recordings

In May 2015, Duke participated in a 2-day NCBI Discovery Workshop, hosted at the University of Michigan Taubman Health Sciences Library and Department of Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics, presented by Peter Cooper from NCBI.  These sessions were streamed live and recorded.  More about these sessions and access to the recordings are below.

This session covers using Gene as a key access point to explore: Genomic transcript and protein sequences; Genomic context; Functional information; Biological pathways; Homologs in other species; Expression data; Protein structures.

This session covers using Gene as a key access point to explore: Genomic transcript and protein sequences; Genomic context; Functional information; Biological pathways; Homologs in other species; Expression data; Protein structures.

This workshop covers GEO, GEO Datasets, and GEO profiles: Concept and scope; Curated and non-curated data; Analyzing microarray data; Pre-computed, curated data; GEO2R, non-curated data; Accessing next-gen RNA-Seq data in GEO, SRA and Gene; Transcriptome alignment view in Gene; Using SRA-BLAST to explore Next-Gen data.

This workshop covers GEO, GEO Datasets, and GEO profiles: Concept and scope; Curated and non-curated data; Analyzing microarray data; Pre-computed, curated data; GEO2R, non-curated data; Accessing next-gen RNA-Seq data in GEO, SRA and Gene; Transcriptome alignment view in Gene; Using SRA-BLAST to explore Next-Gen data.

This session covers: Human genome build and annotation; Variation databases (dnSNP and dbVAR); Database of Genotypes and Phenotypes (dbGaP); Medical genetics resources; ClinVar; MedGen; GTR.

This session covers: Human genome build and annotation; Variation databases (dnSNP and dbVAR); Database of Genotypes and Phenotypes (dbGaP); Medical genetics resources; ClinVar; MedGen; GTR.

This session covers: NCBI BioProject, BioSample, Genomes and Assembly databases; Annotation products from the Eukaryotic and Microbial genome annotation pipelines; Environmental and organismal metagenomes; Accessing wgs data in the Sequence Read Archive (SRA); Specialized genomic and SRA BLAST services; Downloading genome sequences and next-gen reads from the NCBI FTP and Aspera sites.

This session covers: NCBI BioProject, BioSample, Genomes and Assembly databases; Annotation products from the Eukaryotic and Microbial genome annotation pipelines; Environmental and organismal metagenomes; Accessing wgs data in the Sequence Read Archive (SRA); Specialized genomic and SRA BLAST services; Downloading genome sequences and next-gen reads from the NCBI FTP and Aspera sites.

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