News:New workshops from UC Davis Bioinformatics Core
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We've added a few more workshops to our schedule! Two upcoming introductory workshops will help you get off to a good start.

Introduction to the Command Line for Bioinformatics June 1, 2, and 4, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Three sessions of intensive work on the command line for biologists, to get you started with the basics of the command line for bioinformatics experiments, including RNA-Seq, genome assembly, GWAS, and more. Registration fees are $300 for current UC students, faculty, and staff, $450 for other academic and non-profit, and $600 for other participants.

Introduction to R for Bioinformatics June 7, 9, and 11, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm An introduction to R in three sessions, from basic data types, to R notebooks and visualizations. Intended for biologists with little to no data analysis experience. Registration fees are $300 for current UC students, faculty, and staff, $450 for other academic and non-profit, and $600 for other participants.

RNA-Seq Analysis June 14 - June 18, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm This five-day online workshop includes one day of introductory material, and four days of focused, in-depth coursework on RNA-seq, including experimental design, data generation, and analysis. Participants will explore an RNA-Seq experiment using the command line and R, create and modify workflows, and diagnose and treat problematic data utilizing high performance computing services. Registration fees are $1,000 for current UC students, faculty, and staff, $1,200 for other academic and non-profit, and $1,700 for other participants.

...And more, including single cell RNA-Seq, and metagenomics! For more information, visit our registration site. If you would like to look at the documentation from previous workshops, see https://bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu/training/documentation/.

Questions? Contact us at training.bioinformatics@ucdavis.edu

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