Two up and coming topics in the life sciences will be featured in a day long pre-conference workshop at the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF) 2020 conference in Palm Springs, California:
- Single Cell RNA-Seq and Visualization Using the Galaxy Workbench
- Galaxy Platform for Functional Characteristics of Microbiomes
Learn about the Galaxy platform and how to use it for data integration and analyses in these and other domains. Early registration is now open, but space is limited, and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. (And you don't need to attend the full ABRF conference to attend this workshop.)
This workshop will be held on February 29, and will be hands-on. So bring your laptop.
The Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities 2020 Conference (ABRF 2020) will bring together 500 decision makers (and over 250 exhibitors) from core life science research facilities from around the world. ABRF is the largest international organization in this field, and this meeting is an ideal opportunity to reach this worldwide community. (Note: Most workshop instructors are also attending the rest of the conference, providing an ideal opportunity to find out how Galaxy can be used in your core facility.)
Galaxy is an open source platform for data integration and analysis in the life sciences. It is deployed in hundreds of organizations around the world and is supported by a global community of researchers, trainers, software engineers, and tool developers. Galaxy makes sophisticated bioinformatic analysis accessible and reproducible to researchers without requiring them to learn command line interfaces or computer systems administration. Thousands of tools and data sources are available in the Galaxy ecosystem.
We hope to see you Palm Springs,