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Day 1: Monday, May 18th

   FreeBayes: Overview Talk

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1st Floor PBDB (outside of rm 1459)8:00-8:30Registration 

 

1459 PBDB8:30-9:00Course OverviewTom BairWelcome Slides 2015
1459 PBDB9:00-10:00Erik GarrisonErik talk1.pdf
1st Floor Lobby PBDB10:00-10:20Break  
1459 PBDB10:20-11:20RNA-seq analysis pipelineKin Fai Au 
1459 PBDB11:20-12:10Statistical Analysis of RNA-Seq:Overview TalkDavide Risso

Davide talk1.pdf

Davide talk1-2.Rmd

Hardin Library Information Commons East1:00 - 5:00 PM

UCSC Hands-on Training:

Using the UCSC genome browser to find information about a genomic context. We will cover the basics of how to use and interpret information from this great resource. A basic class that only assumes you that know what a gene and genome are. No programing, just need a web browser.

 genome_browser.pdf
IT Facility5:30 - 6:15 PMTour of the NEON facility  

Day 2: Tuesday, May 19th

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1459 PBDB9:00-10:00Genomic variant detection and interpretation: beyond coding SNVs

Jacob Michaelson

 
1st Floor Lobby PBDB10:00-10:20Break  
1459 PBDB10:20-11:20FreeBayes: Detail TalkErik GarrisonErik talk 2.pdf
1459 PBDB11:20-12:10Statistical Analysis of RNA-Seq:Detail TalkDavide RissoDavide 2.pdf
Hardin Library Information Commons East1:00 - 5:00 PM

Galaxy Hands-on training:


Learn how to use the Galaxy system, a method to make complex bioinformatics workflows simple, reproducible and shareable. It is a great tool, it would be nice to be familiar with next generation sequencing and a little bit of background in genetics/genomics. All work will be done in a web browser.

 

Srinivas MaddhiGalaxyTraining-20150519.pdf
  


  

Day 3: Wednesday, May 20th

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Hardin Library Information Commons East9:00-12:00

RStudio Hands-on training:

A very basic introduction to using RStudio. This class will begin to introduce you to working with the statistical programing language R. We will try to keep it easy and show you how, with a little bit of skill you can really use powerful, free statistical packages that are cutting edge bioinformatics tools. This will involve a little bit of "programming" but we intend it to be quite accessible. You should have a good familiarity with genetics/genomics and a willingness to step outside your comfort zone.

rama-sompallae(at)uiowa (dot)edu

 

R intro
Hardin Library Information Commons East1:00 - 5:00 PM

RStudio Hands-on training – intermediate:

As demonstrated in the morning session, R is a powerful statistical programming language for manipulating, analyzing, and graphing data.  In this class, you will learn more about the presentation of data and analysis results in R.   We will begin with an introduction to basic presentation tools and work our way up to the development of interactive web applications using the RStudio shiny package.  With shiny, you will be able to create web applications using only the R programming language.  No HTML, CSS, or JavaScript knowledge required.  Come prepared to do some coding and experimentation.

 

Brian SmithAdvanced R

 

 

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