Were you planning on attending or hosting an Ensembl workshop in 2020, but your plans got cancelled due to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic? All is not lost, as we’re still providing live virtual training and here’s how it works.Continue reading
You’re invited to join us for a free, open, virtual training course, 30th November – 2nd December. The course will be held using the Blackboard training platform.Continue reading
Due to problems at our Data Centre starting on Thursday 8th October, we experienced a period of reduced functionality affecting Ensembl tools, user accounts and archives.
Allele frequency data is important for variant prioritisation – it helps to identify variants that are less likely to be causing a phenotype or disease. With the Ensembl VEP, you can get allele frequencies for variants that are identical with the variants you analysed and you can use allele frequencies to filter the results of your analysis.Continue reading
The genome annotation data available in Ensembl Bacteria was extensively updated in Ensembl 102/ Ensembl Genomes 49Continue reading
Ensembl 102 (and Ensembl Genomes 49) are due to be released in October 2020. As with all releases, we cannot guarantee that anything listed here will make it into the final release.Continue reading