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A two-day dip into the EBI’s data resources: Understanding your data

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As we move towards understanding biology at the systems level, access to large data sets of many different types has become crucial. Technologies such as genome-sequencing, microarrays, proteomics and structural genomics have provided ‘parts lists’ for many living organisms.

The EMBL -EBI maintains the world’s most comprehensive range of molecular databases. This course provides a broad introduction to EBI core resources and practical, trainer-guided demonstration of when, why and how to use them. Several resources will be covered spanning genomics to systems biology.

In addition to presenting practical information on the range of EBI resources and how to use these tools, this course aims to illustrate their applicability to research by using a range of case studies. In this way, use of the resources is presented with reference to biological questions.

This talk is part of the EMBL-EBI Hands On Training series.

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