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    Resources: Free 'World Tour of Genomics Resources' tutorial suite: explore open-access bioinformatics tools
    Submitted by Scott Lathe; posted on Wednesday, April 06, 2011

    The science community now has a valuable launching point to explore and find the many bioinformatics and genomics resources available to them through the "World Tour of Genomics Resources" tutorial suite by OpenHelix. The free tutorial suite includes a sampling of resources organized by categories such as algorithms and analysis tools, expression resources, genome browsers (both eukaryotic and prokaryotic/microbial), literature and text mining resources, and resources focused on nucleotides, proteins, pathways, disease and variation.

    In each category, the tutorial explores not only the most popular resources, but also some lesser known ones that fill unique scientific needs or are especially helpful to researchers. It also shows easy ways of accomplishing the difficult task of finding and learning about other resources with the free OpenHelix search tool, tutorial suites, and other tools.

    URL: www.openhelix.com/cgi/[...]d=119

    A companion piece to this free tutorial, exploring ways to find and learn about online biology computational tools, is the paper "OpenHelix: bioinformatics education outside of a different box" (bib.oxfordjournals.org/cont[...]3UCUk) published in a special issue of Briefings in Bioinformatics.

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