EpiExplorer is a web tool that allows you to use large reference epigenome datasets for your own analysis without complex scripting or laborous preprocessing.
If this is your first time using EpiExplorer, please have a quick look at the introductory slide-show tutorials:
- 3 Oct 2012: EpiExplorer was published at Genome Biology http://genomebiology.com/2012/13/10/R96
- 20 Aug 2012: EpiExplorer now supports the mouse ENCODE histone and TFBS data within a week of its publication
- 10 July 2012: We added base genome coverage for all supported annotations. Learn more by inspecting the bubble chart and the new slideshow above
- 12 Apr 2012: All default datasets are annotated with transcription factor binding sites for dozens of transcription factors
- 1 Feb 2012: EpiExplorer now supports annotations for mouse and the latest human genome assembly
- 4 Nov 2011: EpiExplorer is presented at the 2011 CSHL Genome Informatics meeting
- 27 Oct 2011: All datasets are now annotated with chromatin state segmentation data by Ernst et al. 2011
EpiExplorer was developed in the Computational Epigenetics Group at the Max-Planck Institute for Informatics.
EpiExplorer was published at Genome Biology http://genomebiology.com/2012/13/10/R96. Please, cite as
Halachev K, Bast H, Albrecht F, Lengauer T, Bock C: EpiExplorer: live exploration and global analysis of large epigenomic datasets. Genome Biol (2012), 13:R96