by Nikhil Joshi Course Description Galaxy is a web-based front-end to a suite of bioinformatics software and tools that is completely open and free. It gives you the ability to do accessible, reproducible, and transparent computational biology research. In this workshop we will teach you the fundamentals of navigating the Galaxy interface as well as… Read more »
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Dawei Lin and Joe Fass Course Description Next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies allow laboratories to do genome-wide research that was previously only possible at large genome centers. This course teaches keys concepts and applications of major sequencing technologies (Illumina, 454, SOLiD, Ion Torrent & PacBio) including their technology basics, sample preps, data analysis and associated… Read more »
The dates for our 2013 Bioinformatics Short Course have been announced! We are having the 2013 Bioinformatics Short Course on September 16-20, 2013 right here at the University of California, Davis in Davis, CA.
Due to scheduling conflicts, we will be cancelling the Data Analysis and Cloud Computing 2-day workshops scheduled for September. Each registrant for these workshops will receive notice of the cancellation as well as a full refund for the price paid. We apologize for any inconvenience, and look forward to continuing to bring you the best… Read more »
The schedule for the 2012 Bioinformatics Short Course on Next-Generation Sequencing is now live. The course features a rich mix of Bioinformatics Core lecturers and industry professionals speaking on topics such as RNASeq, Next-Generation Sequencing, current technologies and future applications. Click here to go to the course page and take a look.
Registration is now open for the 2012 Bioinformatics Short Course on Next Generation Sequencing (BSC). To register, please click here. Seats for the lecture & hands-on full-day offering are hard-capped at 36. Seats can only be guaranteed once payment is received so please ensure payment gets to us as soon as you can. Information on submitting… Read more »
Our fall 2012 course on Data Analysis & Visualziation using R will be held September 19-20, 2012 sponsored by the UC Davis Bioinformatics Core. With high throughput biological data sets growing exponentially both in size and complexity, extracting meaningful information from this data requires not only programming skills, but also understanding of the analysis workflows… Read more »
We’re happy to announce the fall Cloud Computing for Bioinformatics workshop sponsored by the UC Davis Bioinformatics Core at Genome Center workshop will be held September 17-18, 2012. The workshop covers the basics of cloud computing with a focus on Amazon Web Services (AWS) including account signup, overview of services offered focusing on those key to bioinformatics, identity and security,… Read more »
We’re taking signups for the 2012 Bioinformatics Short Course, happening September 10-14, 2012 held at the University of California, Davis. When registration opens, those that have applied will be notified with the update and moved to the top of the list. Because seating is limited, we urge you to click here and pre-register below to save a seat for this week-long intensive course.
The accompanying documentation for the May 2012 Bioinformatics Professional Training Program Workshops are live in our documentation section. This covers the step-by-step tutorials for our RNASeq Analysis workshop, the Data Analysis & Visualization workshop, and the Cloud Computing for Bioinformatics workshop.