Galaxy Workshops


Galaxy
is a web-based platform to perform data-intensive bioinformatics. There are many public Galaxy instances that you can use to perform genomic and transcriptomic analysis. In fact, we have a Galaxy instance at UGA that uses the computation resource provided by Georgia Advanced Computing Resource Center (GACRC) and is open to all UGA researchers.

Galaxy workshops @ UGA are brought to you by the Institute of Bioinformatics (IOB), the Georgia Advanced Computing Resource Center (GACRC)  and the Quantitative Biology Consulting Group (QBCG). You will have to bring your own laptop to access the workshop material and the special Galaxy instance.

Link to the workshop material webpage:http://uga-galaxy.github.io/wkshop/

 

Galaxy Workshop Fall 2014

October 17, 2014
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Coverdell Center, Room S175

Topics

• General introduction to Galaxy

• How to construct and share workflows (pipelines)

• Introduction to the Galaxy Tool Shed

• Using the local Galaxy instance

This workshop is free and open for all UGA personnel and students, visiting faculty/researchers and collaborators of UGA researchers. Registration is limited to 70 participants. Click to here to register.

Please contact Raj Ayyampalayam (raj76@uga.edu) or Walt Lorenz (wlorenz@uga.edu) if you have any questions.

View flyer here.

Sponsored by the Institute of Bioinformatics, the Georgia Advanced Computing Resource Center and the Quantitative Biology Consulting Group.

Amazon web services have granted us $1000 towards hosting all the teaching resource on their AWS cloud via AWS in Education Grants.

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