A data warehouse for the modENCODE project
The modENCODE project aims to identify all sequence-based functional elements in the C. elegans and D. melanogaster genomes. modENCODE labs submit data to the Data Coordination Center (DCC) where we organize and present the results.
modMine is an integrated web resource of data & tools to browse and search modENCODE data and experimental details, download results and access the GBrowse genome browser. Explore some of the tools provided below and check out our quick start guide
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modMine release 33 28JUL2014 uses genome annotations 5.54 for fly and 220 for worm.
Our search engine operates across many data fields and understands logical operations (AND, OR, NOT) and approximate searches (use *).
Just type your search words in the box!
Facets show you the different places where your search words were found (eg. within Gene, Protein, Go Term, Publication etc).
You can use the facets to filter for the type of results that are most important to you.
When you've filtered by facets, you can save the results straight to a List.
The Lists area lets you operate on whole sets of data at once. You can upload your own Lists (favourite Genes, Submissions etc) or save them from results tables. Various analysis tools for a first data exploration are provided when you are vieving the list. There are also useful pre-defined Public Lists for everyone to use.
Here are just some of the things you can do:
Select Lists from the Tab bar, located at the top of every page.
Template queries are 'pre-defined' queries designed around the common tasks performed by our community of biologists. Templates provide you with a simple form that lets you set your starting point and optional filters to help focus your search.
There are plenty of templates available, a search tools is available in the template page. If you don't find what are you looking for please contact us.
Select Templates from the Tab bar, located at the top of every page.
MyMine is your personal space on modMine. Creating an account is easy. Just provide an e-mail and a password. You're ready to go.
Your account allows you to:
You can access mMyMine from the Tab bar, located at the top of every page.
Your data and e-mail address are confidential.
QueryBuilder allows you to construct your own queries and is the most powerful and flexible method to mine data in modMine.
The easiest way to get started is by editing one of our pre-existing Template queries. Follow the simple tutorial in the QueryBuilder section of the Tour to see how to change a Template output or add a filter.
You can access QueryBuilder from the Tab bar, located at the top of every page.
Enter a list of identifiers.