Total of 7 sessions have been running this spring! This is part of my education project namely EIBDG (Education Initiative in Big Data Genomics). Since this was my 1st sessions, I invited only existing Core users, but in the future sessions (coming back in fall!) I will call any level of participants! Only that the space is limited so I will limit participants by first come first served basis.
|NAT1||3/3/17||useful unix commands|
|NAT2||3/24/17||FastQC, Fastq filtering, RNA-seq alignment, Cufflinks|
|NAT3||4/7/17||smRNA-seq, how to transfer files, RNA–seq; manipulating more on.bam; QC Picard, visualizing in IGV, UCSC track, subfractioning|
|NAT4||4/21/17||Reviewing NAT1-3… More analysis by R; PCA, heatmap, etc, differential gene expression (other than Cufflinks)|
|NAT5||5/10/17 (Wed) in HG318||Exome alignment, variant calling, variant annotation|
|NAT6||6/2/17 (Fri) in C2610||SRA, dbGap, TCGA, optional: GSEA|
|NAT7||6/9/17||ChIP-seq alignment, peak calling, differential binding analysis|