There are only 3 seats available for the upcoming RADseq data analysis course!
Dates: online October 30th - November 3rd
Our course will introduce you to various approaches for obtaining reduced representation genome sequencing data, with a special focus on data analysis using Stacks. We'll guide you through the steps needed to extract informative genome variants for population genetics, phylogenetics, and association studies.
This course spans five days of comprehensive learning. Each day kicks off with an informative lecture, followed by class discussions of key concepts. The bulk of each day is dedicated to practical hands-on sessions. These sessions blend instructor-led demonstrations with individual exercises, ensuring you gain both knowledge and practical skills
Our course is designed for researchers and technical professionals involved in generating and analyzing reduced representation genome sequencing data (RAD-seq, ddRAD, 2bRAD, GBS, and more). We'll primarily showcase examples involving non-model organisms, some with draft reference genomes and some without. You should have a foundational background in biology. We'll also dedicate a session to cover basic and advanced Unix concepts.
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