|New Online tutorial Suite and Quick Reference Card on How to Access ENCODE Data||Kate Rosenbloom||9/27/12 1:03 PM|
To supplement the existing 'ENCODE Foundations' tutorial, OpenHelix has
worked with UCSC to develop a second ENCODE tutorial describing newer
data and access tools now available. This tutorial is freely available
from their website at: openhelix.com/ENCODE2.
Also available free (up to 30 cards shipped free in the US) is a 'Quick
Reference Card' that provides a handy summary of access features.
For more information see the OpenHelix announcement:
|Free ENCODE tutorial, November 8 in San Francisco||Kate Rosenbloom||10/29/12 1:05 PM|
The ENCODE and Roadmap Epigenomics projects are hosting a tutorial on
using these resources to understand the role of genetic variation in
human disease and human biology.
The ENCODE/Roadmap Epigenomics tutorial will be at 7 PM on 8 November in
San Francisco, as a satellite meeting of the 2012 ASHG annual meeting.
This free tutorial is open to all. It is not required to register for
the ASHG meeting to attend our tutorial.
Topics to be covered include what data are available, how the data can
be displayed and downloaded, how they can be used in genetic research on
human disease, and how they have been used.
To register for this free tutorial, to download materials for the
tutorial, or to learn more about ENCODE and Roadmap Epigenomics, please
visit the event web site: