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Two Day Introduction to Galaxy Workshop

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Date

8th - 9th June, 2015

Time

0900 - 1700

Venue

Computer Cluster 515, West Medical Building, University of Glasgow

Trainer

Dave Clements, Johns Hopkins University, MD, USA

Description

Galaxy is an open, web-based platform for data intensive biological research that enables researchers to create, run, tune, and share their own bioinformatic analyses. The workshop will teach attendees the basics of Galaxy, introducing the Galaxy interface and functionallity including a worked example. It will also detail RNA-Seq, ChIP-Seq, Genome Assembly and Variant Calling. At the end of the course, attendees will be able to install their own Galaxy server on a cloud infrastructure. The schedule can be seen at the bottom of this page.

Course fee

£50.

Cancellation policy

A refund will be issued if a booking is cancelled more than one week prior to the workshop.

Catering

Tea and coffee will be provided, but please note that lunch is not provided.

Target group

These workshops are intended for researchers (graduate students, post-docs, and PI's) who want to analyse their own NGS raw data using the Galaxy server.

Local Organiser

Amy Cattanach, Glasgow Polyomics

Registration and enquiries

To register, please contact us via our enquiry form.

Programme Information

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Day 1 Workshop - Monday, 8th June 2015

0900 - 0930 Introduction

0930 - 1045 Basic Analysis

1045 - 1115 Coffee

1115 - 1200 Basic Analysis cont'd

1200 - 1230 Basic Analysis into Reusable Workflows

1230 - 1330 Lunch

1330 - 1530 ChIP-Seq Analysis

1530 - 1600 Coffee

1600 - 1630 Genome Assembly Concepts

1630 - 1700 Q and A session


Day 2 Workshop - Tuesday, 9th June 2015

0900 - 0930 Overview

0930 - 1030 RNA-Seq Analysis

1030 - 1045 Coffee

1045 - 1200 RNA-Seq Analysis cont'd

1200 - 1300 Lunch

1300 - 1430 RNA-Seq Analysis cont'd

1430 - 1530 SNP and Variant Calling

1530 - 1545 Coffee

1545 - 1615 Sharing, Publishing, and Reproducibility

1615 - 1700 Setting up your own Galaxy Cluster