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European Nucleotide Archive (ENA): An introduction: webinar

European Nucleotide Archive (ENA): An introduction: webinar from http://www.ebi.ac.uk/training/online/course/european-nucleotide-archive-ena-introduction-webin.

Keywords: DNA RNA

European Nucleotide Archive (ENA): An introduction: webinar https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/european-nucleotide-archive-ena-an-introduction-webinar European Nucleotide Archive (ENA): An introduction: webinar from http://www.ebi.ac.uk/training/online/course/european-nucleotide-archive-ena-introduction-webin. DNA RNA 2016-06-14
Data clearinghouse, validation and curation of BioSamples/ENA/Breeding API endpoints/MAR databases

Data clearinghouse, validation and curation of BioSamples/ENA/Breeding API endpoints/MAR databases

Keywords: biohackaton 2018

Data clearinghouse, validation and curation of BioSamples/ENA/Breeding API endpoints/MAR databases https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/data-clearinghouse-validation-and-curation-of-biosamples-ena-breeding-api-endpoints-mar-databases Data clearinghouse, validation and curation of BioSamples/ENA/Breeding API endpoints/MAR databases biohackaton 2018
200 billion sequences and counting: analysis, discovery and exploration of datasets with EBI Metagenomics

EBI metagenomics (EMG, https://www.ebi.ac.uk/metagenomics/) is a freely available hub for the analysis and exploration of metagenomic, metatranscriptomic, amplicon and assembly data. The resource provides rich functional and taxonomic analyses of user-submitted sequences, as well as analysis of...

Keywords: metagenomics

200 billion sequences and counting: analysis, discovery and exploration of datasets with EBI Metagenomics https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/200-billion-sequences-and-counting-analysis-discovery-and-exploration-of-datasets-with-ebi-metagenomics-ea1b32d5-b113-436c-a7da-8c7d29648d36 EBI metagenomics (EMG, https://www.ebi.ac.uk/metagenomics/) is a freely available hub for the analysis and exploration of metagenomic, metatranscriptomic, amplicon and assembly data. The resource provides rich functional and taxonomic analyses of user-submitted sequences, as well as analysis of publicly available metagenomic datasets held within the European Nucleotide Archive (ENA). EMG has recently undergone rapid expansion, with an over 10-fold increase in data volumes in the first 5 months of 2016. It now houses ~ 50k publicly available data sets, and represents one of the largest collections of analysed metagenomic data. As its data content has grown, EMG has increasingly become a platform for data discovery. To support this process, we have made a series of user-interface improvements, including the classification of projects by biome, presentation of results data for better visualisation and more convenient download, and provision of project level summary files. More recently, we have indexed project metadata for use with the EBI search engine, enabling exploration across different datasets. For example, users are able to search with a particular taxonomic lineage or protein function and discover the projects, samples and sequencing runs in which that lineage or function is found. This functionality allows users to explore associations between biomes, environmental conditions and organisms and functions (e.g., discovering protein coding sequences that correspond to certain enzyme families found in aquatic environments at a given temperature range). Here, we give an overview of the EMG data analysis pipeline and web site, and illustrate the use of the new search facility for data discovery. metagenomics 2016-12-16 2017-01-11
Populus tremula shows no evidence of sexual dimorphism

**Background:** Although the majority of plant species are co-sexual, being either monoecious or hermaphroditic, a significant number are dioecious, having separate male and female individuals. Evolutionary theory suggests that males and females may develop sexually dimorphic phenotypic and...

Scientific topics: RNA-Seq

Keywords: FASTQ, GFF3, BAM, Populus-tremula, RNA-Seq, Pre-processing, QC, Alignment, Annotation, Expression-estimation, Differential-expression

Populus tremula shows no evidence of sexual dimorphism https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/populus-tremula-shows-no-evidence-of-sexual-dimorphism **Background:** Although the majority of plant species are co-sexual, being either monoecious or hermaphroditic, a significant number are dioecious, having separate male and female individuals. Evolutionary theory suggests that males and females may develop sexually dimorphic phenotypic and biochemical traits concordant with each sex having different optimal strategies of resource investment to maximise reproductive success and fitness. The establishment of such sexual dimorphism would result in changes in gene expression patterns in non-floral organs. RNA-Seq FASTQ, GFF3, BAM, Populus-tremula, RNA-Seq, Pre-processing, QC, Alignment, Annotation, Expression-estimation, Differential-expression
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  • Jalview

    Jalview (www.jalview.org) is free-to-use sequence alignment and analysis visualisation software...

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    Jalview https://tess.elixir-europe.org/content_providers/jalview Jalview (www.jalview.org) is free-to-use sequence alignment and analysis visualisation software that links genomic variants, protein alignments and 3D structure. Protein, RNA and DNA data can be directly accessed from public databases (e.g. Pfam, Rfam, PDB, UniProt and ENA etc.). Jalview has editing and annotation functionality within a fully integrated, multiple window interface. The sequence alignment programs Clustal Omega, Muscle, MAFFT, ProbCons, T-COFFEE, ClustalW, MSA Prob and GLProb can be run directly from within Jalview. Jalview integrates protein secondary structure prediction (JPred), generate trees, assesses consensus and conservation across sequence families. Journal quality figures can be generated from the results. The Jalview Desktop will run on Mac, MS Windows, Linux and any other platform that supports Java. It has been developed in Geoff Barton's group (www.compbio.dundee.ac.uk) in the School of Life Sciences (www.lifesci.dundee.ac.uk) at the University of Dundee with funding from the BBSRC and the Wellcome Trust. /system/content_providers/images/000/000/091/original/logo-boxg.png?1524735946
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  • EMBER: A practical guide to Bioinformatics

    This practical introduces a range of Web-based databases and tools, allowing their relative strengths and weaknesses to be compared. The practical comprises several modules, each broken down into simple steps.