modMine release 22
Release 22 of modMine contains 1220 submissions, organised in 57 experiments which in turn are divided in 14 categories. The break down of the number of submissions in term of organism is the following:
New in this release:
- Network displayer for the Worm Regulatory Network, where you explore the network and access reports on all the genes involved. The network displayer enliven the graph of Figure 3 in the paper “Integrative Analysis of the Caenorhabditis elegans Genome by the modENCODE Project. (2010) Science 330: 1775-1787. [DOI:10.1126/science.1196914]“
- Now features of the type ‘binding site’ are associated to their source file, i.e. the submitted file containing the given feature. When in a submission this type of features derive form more than a single data file, they are displayed also in the summaries.
Topic: “Understanding Worm and Fly Transcription Factor binding Data” This online webinar will introduce participants to the data obtained in studies of binding sites for various transcription factors in
D.melanogaster and C.elegans, and describe how to visualize and download these data from the modENCODE web site. Space is limited so advance registration is necessary. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. More details and the schedule are at
Our Systems team needs to do a major storage upgrade on the platform that is hosting the modENCODE Environment, and it will involve coordinating with external vendors. This means that we need to schedule it during regular business hours (EST), and we estimate it will take approximately 5 hours to complete. We are tentatively hoping to schedule this for Thursday, March 10 starting in the morning. This affects both the submission system and the web site.
Topic: “Understanding Worm and Fly Transcriptome Data”, March 3rd Space is limited so advance registration is necessary. Please email email@example.com to reserve your spot. More details and
the schedule are at http://wiki.modencode.org/project/index.php/DCC_Usability_webinars