Tag Archives: biomedical informatics

Training Session: Reproducible analysis pipelines in the cloud with NextflowWorkbench

NB: The last session of the academic year is scheduled for Tuesday, June 7. Note that we have greatly simplified installation instructions and reduced computer requirements. Any laptop Mac/Linux with 4GB of memory is sufficient to take the course. The course will … Continue reading

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CTSC Bioinformatics Core offers NextflowWorkbench training

The biomedical informatics core of the CTSC is offering the NextflowWorkbench language to help write data analysis pipelines/workflows. NextflowWorkbench takes advantage of the Nextflow middleware and makes it possible for beginners in bioinformatics to quickly assemble efficient, parallel, portable, and reproducible workflows. … Continue reading

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Training Sessions: From Tables to Heatmaps with MetaR

The biomedical informatics core of the CTSC is offering the MetaR language to help manipulate high-throughput data and create heatmaps and other visualizations. MetaR is part of the Data Analysis Workbench and is being developed to facilitate data analysis for biomedical scientists … Continue reading

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Bioinformatics Training Sessions: From Tables to Heatmaps with MetaR for Data Analysis

The biomedical informatics core of the CTSC is offering the MetaR language to help manipulate high-throughput data and create heatmaps and other visualizations. MetaR is part of the Data Analysis Workbench and is being developed to facilitate data analysis for biomedical scientists … Continue reading

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CTSC Biomedical Informatics Core to Offer CTSC Partners Free Training and Access to NYoSh Data Analysis Workbench for High-Throughput Sequencing Analysis

The biomedical informatics core of the CTSC is starting to offer the NYoSh Data Analysis Workbench to analyze high-throughput sequencing (HTS) data. This Data Analysis Workbench is being developed to facilitate data analysis for biomedical scientists with minimal computational skills. The software is … Continue reading

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