YeastMine: List Operations

submitted by: yeastgenome

List operations (union, intersect, and subtract) allow you to combine results from previous YeastMine queries and thus provide a powerful way to build complex queries.

YeastMine Widgets: GO Term Enrichment

submitted by: yeastgenome

This tutorial demonstrates how to use YeastMine to obtain a GO Term Enrichment analysis for a gene list.

YeastMine: Editing Templates - HD

submitted by: yeastgenome

Step-by-step instructions on how to edit YeastMine templates, from the Saccharomyces Genome Database (SGD).

YeastMine: Saving Search Results as a List

submitted by: yeastgenome

Describes how to save some or all of the search results from a YeastMine query into a list.

Yeast Mine: Editing templates

submitted by: yeastgenome

Step-by-step instructions on how to edit a YeastMine template, from Saccharomyces Genome Database (SGD).

YeastMine: Using MyMine, Part 1

submitted by: yeastgenome

Describes how to create a MyMine account in YeastMine, allowing you to save Lists and Queries, and to create and save Templates. Part 1 describes saving Lists and Queries, Part 2 describes creating and saving Templates

YeastMine: Using Lists in a Template

submitted by: yeastgenome

This tutorial covers how to perform a template search using a pre-created list of genes in SGD's data retrieval tool YeastMine. Also covered is where to find some of the widgets and template search analyses automatically performed by YeastMine whenever you create a list of genes.

YeastMine: Creating and Using Lists

submitted by: yeastgenome

This tutorial covers how to create lists of genes and some of the list analysis options in SGD's data retrieval tool YeastMine.

YeastMine: Templates

submitted by: yeastgenome

This tutorial covers how to find and use the pre-made queries known as templates in SGD's data retrieval tool YeastMine.

Tip of the Week: InterMine for mining "big data"

submitted by: OpenHelix

The InterMine software for mining "big data" is friendly and customizable. More details at http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=8313