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Video Tips of the Week, Annual Review 2015. Part 1

As you may know, we’ve been doing these video tips-of-the-week for eight years now. We have completed or collected around 400 little tidbit introductions to various resources through this past year, 2015. At first we had to do all of our own video intros, but as the movie technology became more accessible and more teams made their own, we were able to find a lot more that were done by the resource providers themselves. So we began to collect those as well. 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.

You can see past years’ tips here: 2008 I, 2008 II, 2009 I, 2009 II, 2010 I, 2010 II, 2011 I, 2011 II, 2012 I, 2012 II, 2013 I, 2013 II, 2014 I, 2014 II.

January 2015:
January 7: PhosphoSitePlus, protein post-translational modifications
January 14: Genome assemblers and #Docker
January 21: GWATCH, for flying over chromosomes
January 28: Helium plant pedigree software, because “Plants are weird.”

February 2015:
February 4: COSMIC, Catalogue Of Somatic Mutations In Cancer
February 11: IntOGen, for Integrative OncoGenomics
February 18: RStudio as an interface for using R
February 25: CRISPRdirect for editing tools and off-target information

March 2015:
March 4: Beacon, to locate genome variants of potential clinical significance
March 11: Aquaria, streamlined access to protein structures for biologists
March 18: Designing proteins, using Rosetta
March 25: Protein structure information for public outreach. Really.

April 2015:
April 1: The New OpenHelix Interface
April 8: Jalview for multiple sequence alignment editing and visualization
April 15: Viewing Amino Acid info in the UCSC Genome Browser
April 22: TargetMine, Data Warehouse for Drug Discovery
April 29: Proband for pedigrees with your iPad

May 2015:
May 6: Human Phenotype Ontology, HPO
May 13: PhenogramViz for evaluating phenotypes and CNVs
May 20: NCBI Tree Viewer
May 27: PANDA (Pathway AND Annotation) Explorer for lists of genes

June 2015:
June 3: ClinGen, The Clinical Genome Resource
June 10: GenomeConnect, the ClinGen piece for patients
June 17: ZBrowse for GWAS viewing and exploration
June 24: Handy way to make citations quickly

More next week…. 

Friday SNPpets

This week’s SNPpets include mining disease genes with PPI and co-regulation networks, DNA and the law, great posts on germline genetic engineering moratorium discussions, a bioinformatics “middle class”, new human genome assembly models, and more….

Welcome to our Friday feature link collection: SNPpets. During the week we come across a lot of links and reads that we think are interesting, but don’t make it to a blog post. Here they are for your enjoyment…