This is another tutorial at SciVee (click on image to go to SciVee and watch movie), but this time it’s one of mine I did earlier. I’m on vacation (in Germany, were we used to live in Heidelberg while I worked at EMBL) so I’m pointing you to this short intro I did earlier so I can get back to my weiss wurst). Of course, I’ve also done a tip on one specific aspect of GVS before that you might want to check out. This is a general introduction to the Genome Variation Server at the University of Washington. Additionally, you can get more freely available training materials on GVS including a longer introductory tutorial (40 minutes), slides, handouts and exercises at OpenHelix GVS Tutorial or visit the resource at GVS.