Ensembl 88 is now live. Read on to find out what’s new, and join us for a tour during our release webinar, at 16.00 BST on Tuesday, April 4.
Continued HapMap variation data access through Ensembl NCBI have recently released plans to immediately retire their HapMap interface, however, data from the HapMap Project will continue to be freely accessible through Ensembl. There is lots of help and documentation as well as video tutorials to help Continue reading Finding HapMap Variation Data in Ensembl
Do you want to annotate genes and transcripts of your favourite genome? Will you be in Cambridge (UK) for the Genome Informatics 2014 meeting? Have you worked with the Unix command line? If your answer is yes to any of Continue reading Ensembl gene annotation workshop
Following on from previous installation guides, here we walk the seldom-trodden path to a Windows development environment for Ensembl. Linux and Mac OS users are well served by our Installation and Mac guides, so… How do I install the Ensembl Continue reading Ensembl API on Windows
Today I am happy to announce Ensembl’s migration away from CVS as our primary version control system (VCS) to Git. This migration sees the end of nearly a year’s worth of work to ensure that our Git repositories provide the Continue reading Ensembl has Migrated to Git
With some satisfaction, I am happy to announce the arrival of a new documentation resource with Release 63, intended to assist programmers in getting the most out of EnsEMBL. Using a custom filter and the open source tool Doxygen we Continue reading API reference gets a refresh