Plant & Animal Genome XXVI (PAG 2018)

Galaxy is for Plants and Animals too...

Galaxy will be at Plant and Animal Genome XXVI (PAG 2018), being held in San Diego, California, United States, January 13-17. Ther will also be 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 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, California Room 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 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 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 Alice Minotto
10:00-11:30 Poster Session - Even Numbers
3:00-4:30 Poster Session - Odd Numbers
Tuesday, January 16 4:00-4:20 Galaxy: Introduction and ecosystem Workshop: Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Dave Clements
4:20-5:30 Using Galaxy for Genome Annotation Workshop: Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room 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 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 11:10-11:30 Galaxy Community Update Workshop: GMOD, Pacific Salon 4-5 Dave Clements

Digital Tools and Resources

These submissions are still coming in and have not yet been assigned sessions

Date Time Topic Session Links Contact
TBD TBD Genomic Data Management System (GOBII-DMS) Digital Tools and Resources, California Room Yaw A. Nti-Addae
TBD TBD Pirate: A Pipeline to Retrieve and Annotate Transposable Elements of Non-Model Organisms Digital Tools and Resources, California Room Jérémy Berthelier
TBD TBD Efficiency, Design, and Analytical Improvements in Cartogratree, a Web-Framework for Association Mapping and Landscape Genomics in Forest Trees Digital Tools and Resources, California Room Taylor Falk
TBD TBD RepeatExplorer Galaxy Server for in-Depth Characterization of Repetitive Sequences in Next-Generation Sequencing Data Digital Tools and Resources, California Room Petr Novak

Posters

Posters are still coming in and have not yet been assigned numbers and sessions.

Date Time Topic Session Links Contact
TBD TBD Pirate: A Pipeline to Retrieve and Annotate Transposable Elements in Genome of Non-Model Organisms Poster Session Jérémy Berthelier
TBD TBD G-OnRamp: Create Genome Browsers for Collaborative Eukaryotic Genome Annotations Poster Session Yating Liu
TBD TBD TreeGenes: Turning over a New Leaf Poster Session Emily Grau
TBD TBD Tripal Extensions Facilitate Association Mapping Studies on Forest Trees with Cartogratree Poster Session Nic Herndon
TBD TBD Efficiency, Design, and Analytical Improvements in Cartogratree, a Web-Framework for Association Mapping and Landscape Genomics in Forest Trees Poster Session Taylor Falk
TBD TBD Orthoquery - a Tripal Module for Supporting Identification and Visualization of Orthogroups Poster Session Sumaira Zaman
TBD TBD James Hutton Institute Informatics Visualization Software Poster Session Iain Milne
TBD TBD Apollo a Tool for Visually Editing Genome Annotations Poster Session Nathan Dunn
TBD TBD RepeatExplorer Galaxy Server for In-Depth Characterization of Repetitive Sequences in Next-Generation Sequencing Data Poster Session Petr Novak
TBD TBD Introducing Genomics through Gene Annotation: Broadening Access to Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences Poster Session Sarah C R Elgin
TBD TBD Phylogeny-Based Classification of Plant LTR Retrotransposons Fills the Gap between Superfamily and Family Levels and Provides Precise Annotation of Genomic Elements Poster Session Pavel Neumann