ENA Sequence Retrieval workshop

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General information

This free course will introduce users to the powerful search and retrieval methods available within ENA (European Nucleotide Archive) for annotated sequences, genomes, raw data and metadata, as well as download options from the ENA browser and an introduction to the various ENA browser tools. There will also be a section on cross references and how to retrieve accessions for other resources linked to the primary data in ENA. There will be time at the end of the course for users to present their own use cases or request specific help for their own queries, enabling them to perform searches to enhance their own research.

Workshop content:

Advanced search and ENA portal API

  • Differences between the two
  • Data portals and the API
  • Building search queries
  • Reports
  • Metadata and sequence retrieval

Downloading sequence data from the ENA browser

  • Single and range accessions
  • Download via taxon and/or project page

Downloading run/analysis data

  • Single accession from the browser (read and analysis tables)
  • FTP vs Aspera
  • ENA FTP downloader
    • By accession
    • By report

ENA Browser Tools

  • Installation and setup
  • Looking at the two tools and the options
  • Downloading an assembly using enaDataGet
  • Downloading an experiment using enaDataGet
  • Downloading data for a study using enaGroupGet
  • Downloading all sequences for a taxon using enaGroupGet

Exploring links between data

  • Links between ENA data types
  • Links from between ENA and other resources

Specific use cases – discussion and assistance

Contact Person: Annalisa Milano (annalisa@ebi.ac.uk)

Content

The highlighted icons, represent the fields of education (in compliance with ISCED Classification) engaged during this course/programme.

0511 - Biology", "0512 - Biotechnology", "0688 - Bioinformatics

Venue

Venue: The European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) Wellcome Genome Campus
CB10 1SD, Hinxton, United Kingdom

Application

Open from
24 Apr 2018 to 27 Jul 2018

Cost:

Participation is for free thanks to funding of the European Marine Biological Research Infrastructure Cluster (EMBRIC) 2nd funding call for training organisers


Prerequisites:

"Participants will need to bring their own laptops."


Grant Opportunities:

Applicants can apply for financial support to attend the course. Bursaries and travel fellowships can be set thanks to funding of the European Marine Biological Research Infrastructure Cluster (EMBRIC) funding call for training organisers. Because we work with a range of different participants, the conditions varies on the final number of participants. If you would like more information about this, please directly email the organiser.

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