News:Searching for people who can share experience (give free webinars/discuss) on multimodal single cell data
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Dear colleagues,

We are searching for people who can share experience (give free webinars/discuss) on multimodal single cell data and widely around.

We are organizing activity on that topic on the border of bioinformatics/data science, see below.

New competition on bioinformatics and data science just started on the Kaggle platform (https://www.kaggle.com/competitions/open-problems-multimodal). It is devoted to analysis of single cell multiomics data - quite a hot topic in modern bioinformatics. The Kaggle platform is famous, and the main idea "want to learn data science - the best way - participate in Kaggle", because on Kaggle people freely share their code, data, ideas, you can see what others are doing and discuss with them. (Kaggle provides motivation system for doing that - medals, titles, etc... The Kaggle title master/grandmaster are respected and allow to find good jobs).

We propose to organize even more activity around that competition: webinars, discussions, journal clubs. Focusing NOT ONLY on the competition , but the research topics around it: single cell RNA-seq, ATAC-seq, CITE-seq, multiomics data integration etc.

Ideally we can write a joint paper as a result of that activity. (For example like https://arxiv.org/abs/2208.05229 where all the work has been done on Kaggle free cloud).

More detailed description see: https://www.kaggle.com/competitions/open-problems-multimodal/discussion/348293 https://www.kaggle.com/competitions/open-problems-multimodal/discussion/348295 https://www.kaggle.com/competitions/open-problems-multimodal/discussion/348294

You are welcome to join us - join the chat: https://t.me/sberlogacompete

The first webinar will be - introduction to Kaggle, from one the experienced Kaggle Grandmasters - free to join:

👨‍🔬 Andrew Lukyanenko (Kaggle Grandmaster) "Getting started with Kaggle"

⌚️ Monday 29 August , 17.00 (Paris Time)

Google calendar link

The Zoom link will be shared in chat https://t.me/sberlogacompete shortly before the start.

👨‍🔬 Larisa Okorokova (Université Côte d'Azur) "Introduction to the biological story behind the Open problems in single cell analysis 2022 competition"

⌚️ Wednesday 31 August , 18.00 (Paris Time)

Google calendar link

The Zoom link will be shared in chat https://t.me/sberlogacompete shortly before the start.

(The video records will be stored on our youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/SciBerloga ):

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