GMOD

Tutorials from the world of the Generic Model Organism Database (GMOD)

GMOD is a collection of open source software tools for managing, visualising, storing, and disseminating genetic and genomic data, many of which are directly interoperable.

You can view the tutorial materials in different languages by clicking the dropdown icon next to the slides (slides) and tutorial (tutorial) buttons below.

Material

JBrowse 1

Learn to use JBrowse v1 here.

Lesson Slides Hands-on Recordings Input dataset Workflows
Hands-on: Hands-on: Bacterial Genome Annotation
Hands-on: Hands-on: Genome Assembly of MRSA from Oxford Nanopore MinION data (and optionally Illumina data)
Hands-on: Hands-on: Genome annotation with Prokka
Hands-on: Hands-on: Genomic Data Visualisation with JBrowse
Hands-on: Hands-on: Identification of AMR genes in an assembled bacterial genome
Hands-on: Hands-on: Making sense of a newly assembled genome
Hands-on: Hands-on: Microbial Variant Calling
Hands-on: Hands-on: Refining Genome Annotations with Apollo (prokaryotes)
Hands-on: Hands-on: SARS-CoV-2 Viral Sample Alignment and Variant Visualization
Hands-on: Hands-on: Genome annotation with Funannotate
Hands-on: Hands-on: Genome annotation with Maker (short)
Hands-on: Hands-on: Genome annotation with Maker
Hands-on: Hands-on: Refining Genome Annotations with Apollo (eukaryotes)

MAKER

Genome Annotation with MAKER.

Lesson Slides Hands-on Recordings Input dataset Workflows
Hands-on: Hands-on: Genome annotation with Maker (short)
Hands-on: Hands-on: Genome annotation with Maker

InterMine

InterMine is a data warehouse you can query for interesting features and data.

Lesson Slides Hands-on Recordings Input dataset Workflows
Hands-on: Hands-on: InterMine integration with Galaxy

Apollo v2

Apollo is a collaborative, real time genome annotation editor.

Lesson Slides Hands-on Recordings Input dataset Workflows
Hands-on: Hands-on: Refining Genome Annotations with Apollo (prokaryotes)
Hands-on: Hands-on: Refining Genome Annotations with Apollo (eukaryotes)

Galaxy instances

You can use a public Galaxy instance which has been tested for the availability of the used tools. They are listed along with the tutorials above.

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