[ensembl-dev] database model and API versions
mr6 at ebi.ac.uk
Mon Apr 27 17:01:38 BST 2015
The archive 75 website is still based on the release 75 API.
For the dedicated GRCh37 website though, we have used a data freeze from
release 75 and have since been updating the website and underlying
databases along with the main release.
The GRCh37 databases are available on our main MySQL server on port 3337
(instead of the default 3306 which will give you access to GRCh38 databases)
Hope that helps,
On 27/04/2015 16:56, Duarte Molha wrote:
> Dear developers
> On your GRCh37 archive site you say this:
> About this archive
> This archive is based on Ensembl Release 75 data, and gives continuing
> access to human assembly GRCh37, as well as all our other release 75
> species (data freeze March 2014) for comparative purposes. Human
> variation and regulation data has since been updated in March 2015.
> The API and website will be updated in tandem with the release of the
> main Ensembl website (*currently version 79*), and we will also
> periodically update this site with new data human, which will be
> announced in this panel.
> MySQL dumps of human databases on the most recent schema version are
> available on ourFTP site <ftp://ftp.ensembl.org/pub/grch37/>.
> It was my understanding that an API version was directly linked to a
> specific assembly. So I thought that if I wanted to query the latest
> GRCh37 assembly I would need to use the api v75 and if I wanted to use
> a local database, I would download the corresponding sql tables for
> that version.
> However, according to this announcement, I can now use the V79 api and
> query the old assembly... How is this accomplished ?
> What you I have to do on my scripts to make sure I am querying the 37
> version even though I am using the latest API?
> Sorry, I hope this is not a stupid question but I am a bit confused.
> Best regards
> Duarte Miguel Paulo Molha
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