Galaxy at ECCB'14

    Galaxy at ECCB'14 / JOBIM

    There were several sessions and posters featuring Galaxy at the 13th European Conference on Computational Biology (ECCB'14). ECCB'14 was held in Strasbourg, France, from September 6 to 10, 2014.

    Date Time Topic/Event Links Contact
    September 6 09:00-18:00 T07: Scientific Workflows for Analysing, Integrating and Scaling Bioinformatics Data: a Practical Introduction to Galaxy, Taverna and WS-PGRADE All on Dropbox
    Galaxy slides & hands-on
    Katy Wolstencroft, Hailiang (Leon) Mei, Sílvia Olabarriaga
    September 8 18:30-19:30 A45: A targeted metagenomic analysis pipeline dedicated to Ion Torrent PGM Data Alexandre Loywick, Gael Even, Sophie Merlin, Renaud Blervaque and Christophe Audebert
    G03: Galaxydx – a web-server dedicated to ngs diagnosis data analyses Poster Vivien Deshaies, Alban Lermine and Elodie Girard
    J47: Genome-wide TALEN off-target prediction and its utility for TALEN design Jan Grau, Jens Boch and Stefan Posch
    J57: MetaGenSense: A Web application for analysis and visualization of High throughput Sequencing metagenomic data Poster Damien Correia, Olivia Doppelt-Azeroual, Jean-Baptiste Denis, Mathias Vandenbogaert and Valérie Caro
    19:30-20:30 J04: SMITH: managing NGS data and workflows in a sequencing facility Poster Yuriy Vaskin, Francesco Venco and Heiko Muller
    J24: GalaxEast: an open and powerful Galaxy instance for integrative Omics data analysis Poster Stephanie Le Gras, Serge Uge, Matthieu Jung, Ludovic Roy, Valerie Cognat, Frederic Plewniak, Irwin Davidson and Julien Seiler
    September 8+9 13:30-14:00 ID01: Bringing the tools to the data - Providing scientists with personalized and on-demand bioinformatics services on the cloud of the French Institute of Bioinformatics Christophe BLANCHET, Jean-François GIBRAT
    14:00-14:30 ID02: A panel of European Public Galaxy Instances
    1. Galaxy Project Introduction
    2. deepTools: user-friendly tools for data visualization
    3. The Nebula ChIP-Seq web service
    4. The French Institute of Bioinformatics (IFB) academic cloud infrastructure for life sciences

    1. Slides
    2. Slides
    Hans-Rudolf Hotz, Björn Grüning, Alban Lermine, Christophe Blanchet