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= 2021 Meetings =
  
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[[WormBase-Caltech_Weekly_Calls_January_2021|January]]
  
= 2019 Meetings =
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==January 11th, 2019==
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===WB workshop at IWM 2019===
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Here's a draft, need to finalize as Jan 15th is the deadline
 
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Possible Title 1: Data in WormBase and how to query it
 
Possible Title 2: WormBase 2019 - Data, Tools and Community Curation
 
This workshop will be an interactive session with users in order to discuss the types of data in WormBase and how to query them using the right tools.  We will discuss recent changes to WormBase community annotation forms and how to use them to contribute data to WormBase.  We will also present updates to ParaSite, a portal to parasitic worm genomic data, and how to find cross-species data at the Alliance of Genome Research.
 
  
1:00 pm 
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[[WormBase-Caltech_Weekly_Calls_May_2021|May]]
Keep your widgets open: a wealth of gene-related data on the gene page
 
(This will be a quick walk-through of the gene page for orienting Users before we jump into the tools; can point to data related to Gene function, expression and disease models) - Ranjana Kishore
 
     
 
1:10 pm 
 
Use the right tool for the right data:
 
Get simple lists using SimpleMine - Wen Chen
 
Tissue enrichment analysis tools - Kimberly Van Auken
 
Tools for RNA seq data - Wen Chen
 
Get batch gene data using the WormBase Ontology Browser - Raymond Lee
 
Get the big picture: visualize annotations using the SOBA tool -Raymond Lee
 
     
 
1.50 pm  WormBase ParaSite: Exploring lots of genomes - Kevin Howe
 
  
2.00 pm  Find cross-species data at the Alliance of Genome Research - Chris Grove
 
  
2.10 pm  Be a Community Curator: submit your data to WormBase - Daniela Raciti
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== June 3, 2021 ==
  
2.10-2.30pm. Open forum for questions
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=== Reserving meeting rooms ===
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* Raymond encountering challenges with setting up regular meeting room reservations in Chen building
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* We've been asked to make reservations one week in advance
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* Need to use a room if we reserve it
  
=== Finalize Protege tutorial time ===
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=== Summer student(s) ===
* Best final options:
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* Anatomy function project with Raymond
** Wed, Jan 16th, 1pm Pacific/4pm Eastern
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* Many types of anatomy function data submitted via AFP
** Thurs, Jan 17th, 11am Pacific/2pm Eastern
 
** Thurs, Jan 17th, 1pm Pacific/4pm Eastern
 
* Propose we go with Wed, Jan 16th, 1pm Pacific/4pm Eastern
 
  
== January 3, 2019 ==
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== June 10, 2021 ==
  
=== WS270 Citace upload ===
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=== Variation-Gene Associations ===
* Next Tuesday, Jan 8th, 10am Pacific
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*Some QC on AFP-extracted data led to the realization that at least some of the 'tm' variations aren't associated with genes on tazendra
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*https://github.com/WormBase/author-first-pass/issues/204
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*https://github.com/WormBase/website/issues/8262
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*It looks like non-manually asserted variation-gene associations will be generated via the VEP pipeline during the build, so Caltech would need to get this information from each WB release
  
=== Gene descriptions ===
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===Variation in name service but not in OA===
* Valerio generated new files to ignore/filter-out problematic genes
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*Ranjana: I could not find gk315316 in the OA though it exists in the name server. I agree that we probably don’t want to let all the million mutations into the OA since that would slow the drop-downs, but when we need one for curation, what needs to be done?
* Still need to validate new pipeline
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*Juancarlos: That might be right.  It seems to try to create the variation in the name service, and if it gets a 409 Conflict error, it adds it to the temp variation file, and the obo_ tables in postgres. Since it fails to create in the name service, that's probably okay with Hinxton, and since it gets added to postgres, you should be able to use it in the OA, and since it gets added to the temp variation file, on future updates of the ontology it gets added again. Probably best if someone confirms that's the process (and maybe points us to a wiki ?)
* Barring any major issues, will submit new files for WS270 (can load old files if needed)
 
* Maybe should define a test set (random sample) to test each release? Already have a test set
 
  
=== Protege Tutorial ===
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*Solution from Karen and Chris: If the Hinxton name server already has the variation but it isn't in the OA (as expected for Million Mutation Project variants like gk315316), we just need to add it through the old temp variations CGI:
* Doodle poll open: https://doodle.com/poll/kn49rd3rggymn68g
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* Please fill out poll if you are interested in attending; have responses from Kimberly and Gary S.
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http://tazendra.caltech.edu/~azurebrd/cgi-bin/forms/generic.cgi?action=TempVariationObo
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making sure to enter the variation with name-space-WBVarID like:
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gk315316 WBVar01148785
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and then, after refresh, it should be available to the OA. Hinxton never has to get involved in this scenario.
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=== Confirm WS282 Upload Dates ===
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*July 6th?
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*Data freeze/upload date on the release schedule is July 12th
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=== CenGen bar plots ===
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*Initially discussed to have the bar plot images going in as image data
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*CenGen group wants interactive bar plots similar to the modENCODE bar plots currently displayed in the FPKM expression data section on the expression widget. That way users could hover over a bar plot and see the cell type, the expression value (TPM, in our case) and the proportion of cells of each neuron type expressing the gene.  
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*They can provide the underlying data and have the WB team generate interactive plots for each gene
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*Sibyl said that this is feasible and we could: 1. bring the data files in OR 2. call the CenGen API on the fly
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*The first approach may be more work but better in the long run as we store the data
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*Will ping Hinxton and see how they can integrate the data
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* Bring in data  both as pictures and interactive bar plots
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* Ping Hinxon on GitHub to move this forward

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June 3, 2021

Reserving meeting rooms

  • Raymond encountering challenges with setting up regular meeting room reservations in Chen building
  • We've been asked to make reservations one week in advance
  • Need to use a room if we reserve it

Summer student(s)

  • Anatomy function project with Raymond
  • Many types of anatomy function data submitted via AFP

June 10, 2021

Variation-Gene Associations

Variation in name service but not in OA

  • Ranjana: I could not find gk315316 in the OA though it exists in the name server. I agree that we probably don’t want to let all the million mutations into the OA since that would slow the drop-downs, but when we need one for curation, what needs to be done?
  • Juancarlos: That might be right. It seems to try to create the variation in the name service, and if it gets a 409 Conflict error, it adds it to the temp variation file, and the obo_ tables in postgres. Since it fails to create in the name service, that's probably okay with Hinxton, and since it gets added to postgres, you should be able to use it in the OA, and since it gets added to the temp variation file, on future updates of the ontology it gets added again. Probably best if someone confirms that's the process (and maybe points us to a wiki ?)
  • Solution from Karen and Chris: If the Hinxton name server already has the variation but it isn't in the OA (as expected for Million Mutation Project variants like gk315316), we just need to add it through the old temp variations CGI:

http://tazendra.caltech.edu/~azurebrd/cgi-bin/forms/generic.cgi?action=TempVariationObo

making sure to enter the variation with name-space-WBVarID like:

gk315316 WBVar01148785

and then, after refresh, it should be available to the OA. Hinxton never has to get involved in this scenario.

Confirm WS282 Upload Dates

  • July 6th?
  • Data freeze/upload date on the release schedule is July 12th

CenGen bar plots

  • Initially discussed to have the bar plot images going in as image data
  • CenGen group wants interactive bar plots similar to the modENCODE bar plots currently displayed in the FPKM expression data section on the expression widget. That way users could hover over a bar plot and see the cell type, the expression value (TPM, in our case) and the proportion of cells of each neuron type expressing the gene.
  • They can provide the underlying data and have the WB team generate interactive plots for each gene
  • Sibyl said that this is feasible and we could: 1. bring the data files in OR 2. call the CenGen API on the fly
  • The first approach may be more work but better in the long run as we store the data
  • Will ping Hinxton and see how they can integrate the data
  • Bring in data both as pictures and interactive bar plots
  • Ping Hinxon on GitHub to move this forward