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Monday, February 14 - 9am - 4pm
Prerequisite: Linux Essentials (or proof/assertion of proficiency in bash shell)
425 Henry Mall Madison, WI 53706
LIMITED to 10 participants - (3 minimum)
REGISTER: Use Google calendar link to register
- It is necessary to register for each workshop separately.
- Printed original exercise book: if registration is less than 1 week a photocopy version may be substituted.
This workshop is aimed at researchers interested in using open source tools for analyzing Next Generation DNA Sequencing (NGS) data. After learning essential techniques of the Linux operating system with the bash shell in the Linux Basics workshop, students will apply these newly acquired skills and identify single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) from NGS data using Linux command-line driven open source software and explore the results using graphical visualization tools.
The computer laboratory exercises require that students bring a laptop* to connect to the Linux system in the Biotechnology Center. ;
A $140 fee is required for each student and includes the costs of a printed manual workbook of over 140 pages or more.
* There is a minimal set of software that should be installed on laptops BEFORE attending the workshop. Instructions will be provided to attendees prior to the workshop and can be found within the PDF document: Preparation for Linux-based workshop
Jean-Yves Sgro, Ph.D., Biotechnology Center - email@example.com
Dr. Deborah Muganda-Rippchen, Ph.D. Center for Predictive Computational Phenotyping
Dr. Jeremy Glasner, Ph.D., Biotechnology Center
All cancellations need to be notified 72 hours in advance.