Date: 20/08/2018 - 24/08/2018
Where: University of Glasgow, West Medical School Building
Open to all!
- Basics of Linux
- Introduction to R
- Introduction to next-generation sequencing Data
- visualization SNP analysis
- Transcriptomics: bulk RNA-Seq and single cell RNA-Seq Data processing
Cost: £600 for academics / £1000 commercial Application deadline 19/07/2018
How to apply: Places are assigned on a first come to first served basis upon receipt of the fee. Please contact email@example.com for the booking.
After attending this course, participants should be able to:
- Comfortably work with state-of-the-art bioinformatics software in a Linux-like environment
- Have a good understanding of the application, opportunities, visualization and analysis of next-generation sequencing datasets
- Integrate and query large-scale genomic and functional genomic databases to answer biology-related research questions and develop testable hypotheses
- Experience analysing RNA-Seq and ChIP-seq data for measuring abundance
- Ideas around integrative analysis and how to run basic analysis in R
Organizers are Kathryn Crouch and Thomas Otto.
For more information please see Glasgow Bioinformatics workshop for NGS data