Possible disruption of service

January 9th, 2014 No comments

On Monday 13 and  Tuesday 14 of January 2014 there is the possibility of disruption of service for modMine and, less likely, for the modENCODE web site. This is caused by major maintenance work involving the computer room in Cambridge.

Apologies for the inconvenience.

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current release of modMine is back

March 7th, 2013 Comments off

The current release of modMine is back and under observation after a hardware problem.

modmine 32: Interruption of service

March 6th, 2013 No comments

There is a hardware problem that is blocking the current release of modMine (32).

We are trying to solve it: in the meantime please use the archived releases (click on ‘History’ button on www.modencode.org).

Apologies for the inconvenience.

modMine release 32

December 20th, 2012 No comments

modMine release 32

Release 32 of modMine contains all the submissions validated by the 12 of December  2012. There 2385 submissions, organised in 98 experiments which in turn are grouped in 13 categories. There are 1683 fly submissions (1660 D. melanogaster) and 702 worm ones (672 C. elegans).

This release is based on the new InterMine release 1.1 (see  release notes).

modMine release 31

September 24th, 2012 No comments

modMine release 31

Release 31 of modMine contains all the submissions validated by the end of august 2012. This amount to 2342 submissions, organised in 96 experiments which in turn are grouped in 13 categories. There are 1665 fly submissions (1642 D. melanogaster) and 677 worm ones (647 C. elegans).

This release features a new implementation of the result tables, which allows a much more interactive exploration of the data.

modMine release 30

July 11th, 2012 No comments

modMine release 30

Release 30 of modMine contains all the submissions validated by the end of May 2012. This amount to 2185 submissions, organised in 84 experiments which in turn are grouped in 12 categories.

There are 1494 fly submissions (1471 D. melanogaster) and 691 worm ones (661 C. elegans).

This release corrects the treatment of chromatin states, now available as sequence features, allows direct access to quality control images, and improves the detection of experimental factors.

modENCODE Data Access Webinar Apr 5th 2012

March 28th, 2012 No comments

“Understanding transcription in Drosophila sister species”. This webinar will discuss the data produced in Brian Oliver’s lab for several Drosophila species. Space is limited so advance registration is necessary. Please email help@modencode.org to reserve your spot. More details and the schedule are at http://wiki.modencode.org/project/index.php/DCC_Usability_webinars

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MODENCODE DATA ACCESS WEBINAR Mar 1st 2012

February 24th, 2012 No comments

“Understanding worm and fly transcriptome data”, scheduled for Thursday Mar 1, 12:00 EST.
This webinar will introduce the participant to the transcriptome analysis data generated in Robert Waterston’s lab (C. elegans) and Susan Celniker’s lab (D. melanogaster). Space is limited so advance registration is necessary. Please email help@modencode.org to reserve your spot. More details and the schedule are at http://wiki.modencode.org/project/index.php/DCC_Usability_webinars

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modMine release 28

February 1st, 2012 No comments

modMine release 28

Release 28 consists of 1835 submissions, organised in 72 experiments divided in 12 categories.

It features an improved overlapping feature search.

modENCODE Data Access Webinar Feb 2nd 2012

January 18th, 2012 No comments

Next webinar held by Data Coordination Center for modENCODE is scheduled on Thursday Feb 2, 12:00 EST Topic: “Using modENCODE tools: GBrowse and modMINE”. This webinar will discuss the web tools for data retrieval and analysis – data mining interface (modMINE) and genome browser (GBrowse), both accessible via www.modencode.org. Space is limited so advance registration is necessary. Please email help@modencode.org to reserve your spot. More details and the schedule are at http://wiki.modencode.org/project/index.php/DCC_Usability_webinars

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