14th February, 2017
0900 - 1700
Computer Cluster 515, West Medical Building, University of Glasgow
David Meltzer, Glasgow Polyomics
Galaxy is an open, web-based platform for data intensive biological research that enables researchers to create, run, tune, and share their own bioinformatic analysis. The workshop will teach attendees the basics of Galaxy including the interface, using tools and creating, extracting and modifying workflows. Attendees will be guided through three working examples in Galaxy: variant calling, differential expression analysis and workflow creation and editing. At the end of the course, attendees will be able to utilize the Galaxy platform to perform their own analysis and generate their own reproducible and sharable workflows.
A refund will be issued if a booking is cancelled more than one week prior to the workshop.
Tea and coffee will be provided, but please note that lunch is not provided.
Computer Cluster 515, West Medical Building.
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.
Currently only open to University of Glasgow Staff and Students.
Rachael Murray, Glasgow Polyomics
Registration and enquiries
To register, please contact us via our enquiry form using a University of Glasgow email address and state the date of the course you would like to attend.