Penn State Galaxy Workshop 2022
This workshop is for you if:
- You generate any types of sequence data (Sanger, Illumina, Oxford Nanopore, Pacific Biosciences)
- Use sequence data to perform any types of analyses (variation detection, Genome Assembly, ChIP-seq, RNAseq [including single cell], Metagenomics, etc...)
- Work with proteomic, metabolomics, or imaging data
- Work in computational chemistry
The workshop will be divided in six parts. The first five cover analysis of data from the standpoint of researchers who generate and analyze the data. The last part is aimed at developers who want to integrate their tools into Galaxy or develop automated analyses utilizing Galaxy workflows and infrastructure.
|October 31||What is it good for: Overview of the system, what it can do, first analysis|
|November 7||History and data upload: Getting data from one dataset to 100,000 samples|
|December 5||Galaxy tool ecosystem: What can you do with > 4,000 tools|
|December 12||Galaxy workflows: Automating analyses and constructing complex pipelines|
|December 19||Galaxy for developers: Adding tools and using API|
Location: Wartik 501
This is an in person workshop. We will provide snacks. In order to know how much food to order we ask you to register here.
This workshop is sponsored by the Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences at Penn State.