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 ...

ESHG 2017 Presentation: Finding & Accessing Human Genomic Data

The 50th ESHG Conference took place in Copenhagen (the same place where it started in 1967) and gathered around 3,000 researchers from all over the world. Four super intense days (27-30 May) were filled with lectures, workshops, poster sessions, exhibitions and a real Danish ...

dbGaP asks for users' feedback

The database of Genotypes and Phenotypes (dbGaP) is one of NIH's central data sharing tools for human genomic data. It provides two types of access - open and controlled - in order to allow broad release of non-sensitive data, while providing oversight and investigator accountability ...

A Genome Blogger Manifesto - Revisited

Genome blogging refers to the sharing of experiences, results and data relative to a person’s genome. Normally, the information shared belongs to the blogger him/herself, but at times it belongs to other people (related or not) who provide their explicit consent to share ...