We are continuously collecting training materials related to biocuration. We encourage you to use and share the resources listed below, to access materials.
This page is regularly updated as we become aware of other training opportunities in biocuration and other topics useful to biocurators.
Last update: 10 November 2022
Biocuration training materials
- The Biocuration e-learning collection from EMBL-EBI
This collection brings together online tutorials and videos introducing knowledge and skills pivotal to biocuration, including ontologies, programming and text mining.
Databases training materials, tutorials and courses
- ClinGen training materials
- Contributing to the UniProt Knowledgebase
- Curating CIViC
- Curation with the Biological Expression Language
- How to curate the INDRA Database
- IEDB curation manual
- PanelApp Reviewer’s Guide
- Variant Pathogenicity Training Materials
- WikiPathways Academy
Data management and FAIR training materials
- FAIRsharing Educational material – ELIXIR TeSS (Content Provider: fairsharing.org)
- Bringing data to life (Data management for the biomolecular sciences) – EMBL-EBI
- Data management and FAIR data – list of materials available in ELIXIR TeSS
Ontology development training materials
- OBO Semantic Engineering Training
- A Practical Guide To Building OWL Ontologies Using Protégé 4 and CO-ODE Tools
- Ontology design and philosophy
- Gene Ontology Handbook (pdf version here)
Programming training materials
- An introduction to Unix – ELIXIR TeSS (Content Provider: BBTH)
- Introduction to Perl: Programming for bioinformatics – ELIXIR TeSS (Content Provider: BBTH)
- Learning to Program with Perl – ELIXIR TeSS (Content Provider: BBTH)
- Introduction to R – ELIXIR TeSS (Content Provider: BBTH)
- Advanced R – ELIXIR TeSS (Content Provider: BBTH)
- Python for Biologists: Programming for Scientific Computing – ELIXIR TeSS (Content Provider: BBTH)
Bibliometrics training materials
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