Learn to use tools associated with the UCSC Genome Browser with this free tutorial, sponsored by UCSC Genome Bioinformatics Group. The UCSC Genome Browser provides other tools beyond genome browsing and querying that may be useful to your research. This third tutorial in the UCSC Genome Browser series explores additional interfaces, access points and visualizations for various data types, all within the framework of the official genome reference sequences from many species.
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This tutorial is a part of the tutorial group UCSC Tutorials. You might find the other tutorials in the group interesting:
ENCODE Foundations: ENCyclopedia of DNA Elements
UCSC Genome Browser: Custom Tracks and Table Browser: UCSC Genome Browser advanced topics
UCSC Archaeal Genome Browser: Provides you with many research and analysis tools that can be used to examine the genomes of more than 50 microbial species from the domain archaea.
ENCODE Data at UCSC: ENCODE Data at UCSC
UCSC Genome Browser: An Introduction: The UCSC Genome Browser Introduction
Algorithms and Analysis : This category contains various tools that may help perform analysis of different genomics data types. This may include sequence alignment, large-scale or complex queries, motif finding, or comparative assessments.
Expression : This category may contain various expression data collections, annotation tools, or repositories of expression data.
Genome Databases (euk) : Genomic databases or repositories primarily aimed at eukaryotic organisms. Some may contain prokaryotic data as well.
Nucleotides : Tools that are primarily used in the storage, retrieval, or exploration of nucleotide-based data. Some tools may also involve protein sequence information.
Proteins : Tools that are primarily used in the storage, retrieval, or exploration of amino acid based data. Some tools may also involve nucleotide sequence information.
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