As you may know, we’ve been doing these video tips-of-the-week for FOUR years now. We have completed around 200 little tidbit introductions to various resources. At the end of the year we’ve established a sort of holiday tradition: we are doing a summary post to collect them all. If you have missed any of them it’s a great way to have a quick look at what might be useful to your work.
January 12: Twitter in Bioinformatics. This one was much more popular than I expected!
January 19: PolyPhen, for predicting the possible effects of mutations in genes
January 26: iRefWeb + protein interaction curation
February 2: RCSB PDB Data Distribution Summaries
February 9: SIFT, Sorting (SNPs) Intolerant From Tolerant another tool for predicting the impact of mutations in genes.
February 16: Melina II for promoter analysis
February 23: SNPTips and viewing personal genome data This tip is one of the most-watched ones we’ve had. Thousands of views on SciVee!
March 9: World Tour of Genomics Resources
March 16: Encyclopedia of Life
March 23: ORegAnno for regulatory annotation
April 6: The Taverna Project for workflows
April 13: VirusMINT , the branch of the Molecular Interaction database for viral interactions
April 20: LAMHDI for animal models
April 27: Dot Plots, Synteny at VISTA
May 4: MycoCosm
May 11: InterMine for mining “big data”
May 18: Allen Institute’s Brain Explorer
May 25: SciVee, the YouTube of science
June 1: New and Improved OMIM®
June 8: Converting Genome Coordinates
June 22: Update to NCBI’s Cn3D Viewer