ENCODE/Roadmap Epigenomics Tutorial November 2012, ASHG
On November 8, 2012, the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) annual meeting held the ENCODE/Roadmap Epigenomics Tutorial, hosted jointly by ENCODE (NIH/NHGRI) and Roadmap Epigenomics (NIH/Common Fund) projects.
The tutorial was prepared for biologists using human and/or mouse genetic data to study disease and basic biology and explain what data are available, what they mean, how they can be displayed and downloaded, and how they can be used in genetic research on human disease.
Agenda and Resources
All files are in format.
Introduction to ENCODE datatypes and their interpretation
Mike Snyder, Stanford University
- Presentation: ENCODE: Understanding the Genome
Introduction to the NIH Roadmap Epigenomics Program: Sequencing human epigenomes from head to toe
Joe Costello, UCSF
- Presentation: Introduction to the NIH Roadmap Epigenomics Program: Sequencing human epigenomes from head to toe
How to display and download ENCODE data
Mike Pazin, NHGRI
- Presentation: How to display and download ENCODE data
- ENCODE User's Guide
- Downloading and Displaying ENCODE Data
- Using HaploReg and RegulomeDB to Mine ENCODE Data
- Using sessions to save and share ENCODE browser views and settings
- A standard session for viewing ENCODE data
To use this session file, download it to your computer, then upload the file to the UCSC browser as described in the handout on 'Using sessions ...'
How to find data and resources from the Roadmap Epigenomics Program
Lisa Chadwick, NIEHS
- Presentation: How to find data and resources from the Roadmap Epigenomics Program
- Guide to the Roadmap Epigenomics Data Resource
- Roadmap Epigenomic Data Websites
Using ENCODE and Roadmap data to illuminate disease-associated variation
John Stamatoyannopoulos, University of Washington
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Last Reviewed: November 22, 2013