Galaxy – a tool for analyzing NGS data: introduction

An EGM annual workshop

September 7th

GALAXY – a tool for analyzing NGS data: introduction

Anton Nekrutenko, PhD (Penn State University)

The workshop will take place in Building 38, computer room, ground floor (unless indicated differently)

Time Who Talk Where
9:00 - 10:00 Prof. Kateryna Makova (Penn-State University) "Non-canonical DNA conformations affect polymerase progression and error rate in sequencers and in living cells" Building 38, Auditorium 10

The Workshop - computer room, building 38

Prof. Anton Nekrutenko, Penn-State University

Time Topic
10:00 - 11:00 NGS Introduction: Manipulation of Fastq and BAM datasets
11:00 - noon Variant calling
Noon – 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 14:00 RNAseq: Reference based - transcript reconstruction and quantification
14:00– 15:00 ChIPseq: Analysis of punctuated signals and contrasting binding efficiencies