We have a lot of tutorials (2 in fact, ENCODE Foundations & ENCODE @ UCSC), tips and information about ENCODE. We also have a lot of tutorials (again 2, Ensembl and Ensembl Legacy- on the older versions ), tips and information about Ensembl, the database and browser at EBI.
Now here is a tip of the week on both Ensembl AND ENCODE. This is one of the more recent additions to Ensembl’s video tutorials. This video looks at how to identify sequences that may be involved in gene regulation. Most of this data at Ensembl is based on ENCODE data. This is using the “Matrix,” a way to select the regulation data you need based on cell types and TF’s. At the end of the 8 minute video they discuss a bit more about how to get all ENCODE data.
So, now you have a wealth of information here at OpenHelix through our tutorials and our blog about ENCODE and Ensembl.
ENCODE @ UCSC: http://genome.ucsc.edu/ENCODE/
ENCODE Tutorials: http://openhelix.com/encode
Ensembl Tutorials: http://openhelix.com/cgi/tutorialInfo.cgi?id=95