Change Log for ENCODE ChIP-Seq Significance Tool

Last Updated: 04/13/2015

04/14/2015:
-Removed links to the API due to a server bug. Also updated the contact for the tool (Raymond Auerbach has completed his postdoc).



08/02/2014:
-The ENCODE ChIP-Seq Significance Tool is now located at http://encodeqt.simple-encode.org. The http://encodeqt.stanford.edu address will forward there, but please update your bookmarks.



07/15/2014:
-Python library (ENCODEQueryTools) and JSON API documentation added for programmatic access.



06/28/2014:
-The ENCODE ChIP-Seq Significance Tool is now running on the AWS Cloud.



04/21/2014:
-For human data, added a link to "Factor and Treatment Code Information" under "Additional Information" that describes the cellular treatments applied to experiments with composite factor codes (ex: Pol2Ifna6h).



01/10/2013:
-Fixed an issue with transcript ID validation.



12/16/2013:
-Added public, post-embargo ChIP-Seq data from the mouseENCODE Consortium.
-Added the organism drop-down box to select organism of interest (currently human or mouse).



10/28/2013:
-Optimized the underlying SQL queries to dramatically improve response time when querying against all cell lines using the default background set.
-Updated the following three transcription factor labels (old->new): Sap3039731->Sap3; Mef2->Mef2c; Atf106325->Atf1