Getting Help with the UCSC Genome Browser

Host a Genome Browser Workshop!     Map

Do you suspect that there is a lot more to the Genome Browser than you have been using? Timeslots are available to host a Genome Browser workshop at your institution. Thanks to the funding support of NHGRI, we are able to offer hands-on Genome Browser training onsite at your institution at very affordable prices, tailored to your audience's level of expertise.     Host

For more information or to submit a request to host a workshop, please visit our sign-up page.

Can't host?  Catch one of our training sessions in your area:

January 15, 2020 Plant and Animal Genomes (PAG). San Diego, CA.
January 28, 2020 University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill.
January 29, 2020 National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS). Research Triangle Park, NC.
January 29, 2020 Genomics in Action. University of Oregon. Eugene.
January 31, 2020 Duke University. Durham, NC.
   further:       UCLA | OHSU | ACMG San Antonio | PIDTC Asilomar | HVS Piran Slovenia | ESHG Berlin | McKusick course
      HGSA Adelaide | Children's Mercy NGS course Kansas City | VEPTC Barcelona
 

Online training and tutorials

Our video tutorials address some common questions we've gathered from our mailing list. Along the way we try to show you interesting features of the Browser you may not have found on your own.

Visit our YouTube channel or use the links below.

Video tutorials

Video tutorials

Other content produced at UCSC

External resources

User's guides for tools in the Genome Browser

Contact and mailing list information

Mirroring and source code

Associated publications and announcements