You'll never EVA need to scrutinise the internet to find genetic variation data again

Special thanks to Gary Saunders, curator of the European Variation Archive at the EMBL-EBI, for writing this guest blog post. Human genetic variation data is everywhere: custom FTP sites, supplementary files associated with publications, various online databases, probably even on a flash drive in your ...

7 Jul, 2017: Repositive Sponsors 2nd DNAdigest guest talk from Amy Tang, EBI

Friday, 7th July 2017 | 19:00 - 21:30 2nd DNAdigest guest talk from Amy Tang, EBI: data sharing & open science Repositive are delighted to announce we will be sponsoring DNADigest.org’s upcoming guest talk from Amy Tang, EBI: data sharing & open ...

ArrayExpress at EMBL-EBI - quality first!

New add: Repositive is delighted to be sponsoring Amy Tang's upcoming talk with DNAdigest.org, Fri 7 July, in Cambridge! Special thanks to Amy Tang, the Functional Genomics Curation and Training Project Leader for ArrayExpress and Expression Atlas at the EMBL-EBI, for writing this guest ...

Getting Google to Find Human Genome Datasets

The plummeting prices in sequencing has triggered an exponential growth in the generation of genomic datasets. Currently it is very difficult for search engines such as Google to index data in the biomedical domain. How do we make data from this domain findable by search ...

EBI Metagenomics – an open resource for the analysis, archiving and exploration of metagenomic datasets

Special thanks to Alex Mitchell, the content and curation coordinator for the InterPro and EBI Metagenomics databases, for writing this guest blog post The term ‘metagenomics’ describes the simultaneous analysis of the collective genomes of microbes present in a sample from a given environment, such ...