RNA-Seq Analysis Using Galaxy
RNA-Seq Analysis Using Galaxy is a one-day, workshop that introduces the concepts of RNA-Seq analysis. This workshop provides hands-on experience with RNA-Seq data preparation, statistical testing for differential gene expression, identifying novel transcription features and generating graphical summaries of RNA-Seq data.
The workshop will focus on the use of Galaxy, a platform that provides a simple and user-friendly interface to bioinformatics tools, and will also feature an introduction to the R environment used widely by bioinformaticians.
During this course you will learn about;
- The tools and workflows of RNA-Seq analysis
- Analysis of RNA-Seq data for organisms with reference genomes
- Web-based and command-line interfaces to bioinformatics tools
|Sydney||Children’s Medical Research Institute, Westmead||26th May 2016||$165.00 plus GST|
RNA-Seq analysis using Galaxy is designed for bench scientists, PhD students and early career postdoctoral researchers who are planning to work with next-generation sequencing data for small variant detection. No prior bioinformatics experience is required. This workshop is open to all Australian life scientists, however priority will be given to NSW and ACT, health and medical researchers.
Please note that you will need to bring your own laptop to this workshop, with either Firefox or Chrome installed. Unfortunately tablet-style devices are generally incompatible with these sessions.
Bioplatforms Australia, Sydney
|09:00||Introductions and workshop orientation Principles of RNA-Seq analysis How to access Galaxy Quality control of NGS data|
|10:45||Read mapping Visualising mapped data using genome browsers Statistical analysis of mapped reads|
|13:30||Identification of novel transcription features Self-guided exercise – a DGE workflow EdgeR – alternative software for RNA-Seq analysis|
|15:45||EdgeR continue Gene list enrichment analysis Other Galaxy features – uploading data, histories, workflows|
|17:20||Final wrap-up and close|
Registration and Payment
Due to the practical component of this workshop, places are strictly limited to 25 participants. To manage the high demand, all workshop applicants are subject to a selection process and MUST complete the online application form to be considered for a place. Incomplete applications will not be considered. The workshop fee of $165 (plus GST) covers course material, lunch and refreshments. Payment can be made by cheque, EFT or credit card. The application period closes 2nd May 2016. Successful applicants will be notified no later than 6th May 2016. If you are unable to apply online please download the application form and email the completed form to email@example.com .
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