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Target audience: Biomedical researchers  or Policy makers 


FAIRsharing Educational Material

Whether you are a researcher, standard/database developer, funder, journal editor, librarian or data manager, FAIRsharing can help you understand which standards are mature and appropriate to your use case. By mapping the relationships between standards and the databases that implement them, or...

Keywords: Databases, Standards, Data Policies, FAIR

Resource type: Metadata Registry

FAIRsharing Educational Material https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/fairsharing-educational-material Whether you are a researcher, standard/database developer, funder, journal editor, librarian or data manager, FAIRsharing can help you understand which standards are mature and appropriate to your use case. By mapping the relationships between standards and the databases that implement them, or the policies that recommend them, FAIRsharing enables you to make an informed decision as to which standard or database to use or endorse. In this training, educational material, we describe the FAIRsharing resource and explain how you can use it to find the appropriate resource for your work. Databases, Standards, Data Policies, FAIR Researchers data managers data stewards Policy makers database managers biocurators standard developers
Understanding Multiple Sequence Alignments - Lecture Handouts & Utopia Hands-On

This presentation aims to provide a basic understanding of the range of contexts in which protein sequence alignments are used and are useful, focusing on the importance of sequence similarities and differences, and what they tell us. Overall, the objective is to offer different perspectives and...

Keywords: Multiple sequence alignment, Protein sequence analysis, Sequence analysis

Understanding Multiple Sequence Alignments - Lecture Handouts & Utopia Hands-On https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/understanding-multiple-sequence-alignments-lecture-handouts-utopia-hands-on This presentation aims to provide a basic understanding of the range of contexts in which protein sequence alignments are used and are useful, focusing on the importance of sequence similarities and differences, and what they tell us. Overall, the objective is to offer different perspectives and insights into the meaning of alignments, and to convey an understanding of the use of metaphor and its role in interpreting alignments. The talk is accompanied by a hands-on practical analysis using the Utopia sequence analysis suite. Multiple sequence alignment, Protein sequence analysis, Sequence analysis Biomedical researchers Life Science Researchers Postgraduate students 2013-12-17 2017-10-09