Plant & Animal Genome XXVI (PAG 2018)

Galaxy is for Plants and Animals too...

Galaxy was at Plant and Animal Genome XXVI (PAG 2018), in San Diego, California, United States, January 13-17. There were also pre-conference events this year as well.

Date Time Topic Session Links Contact
Wednesday, January 10 All day GMOD 2018 PAG Hackathon Pre-conference, Brittany Room Register Scott Cain
Thursday, January 11 All day Tripal Hackathon Pre-conference Register Meg Staton, Ethy Cannon
All day GMOD 2018 PAG Hackathon Pre-conference, Brittany Room Register Scott Cain
Friday, January 12 All day Tripal User Meeting Pre-conference Register Meg Staton, Ethy Cannon
9:00-5:00 Introduction to Galaxy Workshop Pre-conference workshop, California State University San Marcos Register Dave Clements, Arun Sethuraman
Saturday, January 13 10:40-10:57 MiCloud and BioDocklets: A Plug and Play, on-Premises Bioinformatics Cloud, Providing Seamless, Single-Step Execution of NGS Pipelines Workshop: Interoperability and Federation Across Bioinformatic Platforms and Resources, California Room Paper, Slides Konstantinos Krampis
11:10-11:30 James Hutton Institute Informatics Visualization Software Workshop: Connecting Crop Phenotype and Genotype Data, Golden Ballroom Iain Milne
12:00-12:10 IRRI's Pipeline for Integrating Genotype and Phenotype Data for Enhanced Product Development Workshop: Connecting Crop Phenotype and Genotype Data, Golden Ballroom Joshua Cobb
Sunday, January 14 9:30-9:50 Introducing Genomics through Genome Annotation: Broadening Access to Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences Workshop: Resources and Programs for Undergraduate Education in Genomics, Towne - Meeting House Sarah Elgin
11:30-11:50 Updates to the Hardwood Genomics Project, a Website and Database for Tree Genetic and Genomic Data Workshop: Forest Tree, Sunrise - Meeting House Slides Ming Chen
4:36-4:54 The​ ​Tripal​ ​Gateway​ ​Project:​ ​Supporting​ ​Exchange,​ ​Transfer​ ​and​ ​Analysis​ ​of​ ​Large-Scale Data​ ​for​ ​Online​ ​Biological​ ​Databases Workshop: Tripal Database Network and Initiatives, California Room Stephen Ficklin
Monday, January 15 10:00-11:30 P0054: G-OnRamp: Create Genome Browsers for Collaborative Eukaryotic Genome Annotations Poster Session - Even Numbers Poster Yating Liu
P0170: Genomic Open-Source Breeding Informatics Initiative Data Extract and Decision Support Tools Poster Session - Even Numbers Star Yanxin Gao
P0612: TreeGenes: Turning over a New Leaf Poster Session - Even Numbers Emily Grau
P0614: Efficiency, Design, and Analytical Improvements in Cartogratree, a Web-Framework for Association Mapping and Landscape Genomics in Forest Trees Poster Session - Even Numbers Taylor Falk
P1128: Phylogeny-Based Classification of Plant LTR Retrotransposons Fills the Gap between Superfamily and Family Levels and Provides Precise Annotation of Genomic Elements Poster Session - Even Numbers Pavel Neumann
3:00-4:30 P0039: Apollo a Tool for Visually Editing Genome Annotations Poster Session - Odd Numbers Nathan Dunn
P0095: PiRATE: A Pipeline to Retrieve and Annotate Transposable Elements in Genome of Non-Model Organisms Poster Session - Odd Numbers Jérémy Berthelier
P0103: RepeatExplorer Galaxy Server for In-Depth Characterization of Repetitive Sequences in Next-Generation Sequencing Data Poster Session - Odd Numbers Petr Novak
P0235: Introducing Genomics through Gene Annotation: Broadening Access to Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences Poster Session - Odd Numbers Sarah C R Elgin
P0613: Orthoquery - a Tripal Module for Supporting Identification and Visualization of Orthogroups Poster Session - Odd Numbers Sumaira Zaman
7:45-8:00 CyVerse UK: Widening the Scope to the UK and Beyond Workshop: CyVerse - Software, Tools, and Services for Data-Driven Discovery, California Room Slides Alice Minotto
Tuesday, January 16 11:00-11:15 C19: Efficiency, Design, and Analytical Improvements in Cartogratree, a Web-Framework for Association Mapping and Landscape Genomics in Forest Trees Digital Tools and Resources Session 3, California Room Taylor Falk
12:00-12:15 C23: RepeatExplorer Galaxy Server for in-Depth Characterization of Repetitive Sequences in Next-Generation Sequencing Data Digital Tools and Resources Session 3, California Room Petr Novak
12:15-12:35 The GOBII Project: Transforming Breeding through Genomic Data Management and Decision Support Workshop: Genomics-Assisted Breeding, Town and Country Room Elizabeth Jones
4:00-4:20 Galaxy: Introduction and ecosystem Workshop: Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Slides Dave Clements
4:20-5:30 Using Galaxy for Genome Annotation Workshop: Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Slides Jeremy Goecks
5:30-5:50 South Green, a Hitchhiker’s Guide to Galaxy Workshop: Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Slides Marilyne Summo
5:50-6:10 Building a Bridge from the Tripal Community Database to Galaxy Workshop: Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Margaret Staton
Wednesday, January 17 10:30-10:45 C25: PiRATE: A Pipeline to Retrieve and Annotate Transposable Elements of Non-Model Organisms Digital Tools and Resources Session 4, California Room Slides Jérémy Berthelier
11:05-11:25 Galaxy Community Update Workshop: GMOD, Pacific Salon 4-5 Slides Dave Clements
11:25-11:45 G-OnRamp: Collaborative Eukaryotic Genome Annotations with Galaxy and Apollo Workshop: GMOD, Pacific Salon 4-5 Slides Luke Sargent