Bioinformatics: Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing PrerequisitesNew
The aim of this course is to provide hands-on experience in analysing NGS data, including:
- Knowledge of the various sequencing technologies, data formats and analysis workflows commonly used in "'NGS'" analysis workflows
- Hands-on experience with common analytical workflows for ChIP-seq, RNASeq data and De Novo Genome Assemblies using computer exercises.
- An overview of available tools and discuss their limitations.
Further information is available here.
- Our courses are open to all who might benefit
- Booking priority is given to people from Cambridge University and Collaborating Institutes
- Individual Course fees are required only from External participants not from Collaborating Institutes
- Basic experience of command line UNIX, graduate level in Life Sciences
- Sufficient UNIX experience might be obtained from one of the many UNIX tutorials available online.
Number of sessions: 2
|1||Mon 9 Sep 2013||09:30 - 17:30||Department of Genetics, Room G12||map||M.A. Kostadima, Remco Loos, Matthias Haimel|
|2||Tue 10 Sep 2013||09:30 - 17:30||Department of Genetics, Room G12||map||M.A. Kostadima, Remco Loos, Matthias Haimel|
- To provide an introduction to New Generation Sequencing, associated software and some of its applications.
Presentations, demonstrations and practicals
A number of times per year
- Bioinformatics: Analysing mapped NGS data with SeqMonk
- Bioinformatics: EMBL-EBI - Archives for Next Generation Sequence Data with the EBI
Booking / availability