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Transcriptomics - CLIP-Seq data analysis from pre-processing to motif detection

Training material for all kinds of transcriptomics analysis. Questions of the tutorial: - How is raw CLIP-Seq data processed and analysed? - How do I find binding motifs and targets for a protein (e.g., RBFOX2)? Objectives of the tutorial: - Remove Adapters, Barcodes and Unique Molecular...

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Transcriptomics - CLIP-Seq data analysis from pre-processing to motif detection https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/transcriptomics-clip-seq-data-analysis-from-pre-processing-to-motif-detection Training material for all kinds of transcriptomics analysis. Questions of the tutorial: - How is raw CLIP-Seq data processed and analysed? - How do I find binding motifs and targets for a protein (e.g., RBFOX2)? Objectives of the tutorial: - Remove Adapters, Barcodes and Unique Molecular Identifiers (UMIs) from the reads - Align trimmed reads with STAR - De-duplicate the read library - Inspect the read mapping and de-duplication quality - Perform peak calling with PEAKachu - Analyse the peaks and find potential binding motifs and targets - Check the quality of the peak calling
InterMine user tutorial

A tutorial for end users of InterMine

Keywords: Data querying, Data analysis, Data download, FAIR

Resource type: Tutorial

InterMine user tutorial https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/intermine-user-tutorial A tutorial for end users of InterMine Data querying, Data analysis, Data download, FAIR Life Science Researchers Bioinformaticians
How to install and load the Identifier Mapping Service with data needed for gene-to-variant and variant-to-gene

Tutorial describing how a BridgeDb Identifier Mapping Database (IMS) service can be started and used for gene-variant mapping.

Scientific topics: Genetic variation, Genomics

Resource type: Tutorial

How to install and load the Identifier Mapping Service with data needed for gene-to-variant and variant-to-gene https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/how-to-install-and-load-the-identifier-mapping-service-with-data-needed-for-gene-to-variant-and-variant-to-gene Tutorial describing how a BridgeDb Identifier Mapping Database (IMS) service can be started and used for gene-variant mapping. Genetic variation Genomics Biologists
Data Manipulation - Collections: Multisample Analysis

A collection of microtutorials explaining data manipulation within Galaxy

Resource type: Tutorial

Data Manipulation - Collections: Multisample Analysis https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/data-manipulation-collections-multisample-analysis A collection of microtutorials explaining data manipulation within Galaxy
Data Manipulation - Collections: Using dataset collection

A collection of microtutorials explaining data manipulation within Galaxy Questions of the tutorial: - How to manipulate large numbers of datasets at once? Objectives of the tutorial: - Understand and master dataset collections

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Data Manipulation - Collections: Using dataset collection https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/data-manipulation-collections-using-dataset-collection A collection of microtutorials explaining data manipulation within Galaxy Questions of the tutorial: - How to manipulate large numbers of datasets at once? Objectives of the tutorial: - Understand and master dataset collections
User Interface and Features - Histories: Understanding Galaxy history system

A collection of microtutorials explaining various features of the Galaxy user interface Questions of the tutorial: - How do Galaxy histories work? Objectives of the tutorial: - Gain understanding on navigating and manipulating histories

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User Interface and Features - Histories: Understanding Galaxy history system https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/user-interface-and-features-histories-understanding-galaxy-history-system A collection of microtutorials explaining various features of the Galaxy user interface Questions of the tutorial: - How do Galaxy histories work? Objectives of the tutorial: - Gain understanding on navigating and manipulating histories
Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Creating a new tutorial

Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them...

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Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Creating a new tutorial https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/contributing-to-the-galaxy-training-material-creating-a-new-tutorial Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them accessible to researchers, it is scalable. In 2016, the Galaxy Training Network decide to set up a new infrastructure for delivering easily Galaxy related training material. The idea was to develop something open and online based on a community effort, as always in Galaxy. Questions of the tutorial: - How to integrate a new tutorial? - How to make a tutorial robust and reproducible? Objectives of the tutorial: - Create a tutorial from scratch - Link a tutorial to a topic - Create hands-on - Add technical support for a tutorial
Assembly - Making sense of a newly assembled genome

DNA sequence data has become an indispensable tool for Molecular Biology & Evolutionary Biology. Study in these fields now require a genome sequence to work from. We call this a 'Reference Sequence.' We need to build a reference for each species. We do this by Genome Assembly. De novo Genome...

Resource type: Tutorial

Assembly - Making sense of a newly assembled genome https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/assembly-making-sense-of-a-newly-assembled-genome DNA sequence data has become an indispensable tool for Molecular Biology & Evolutionary Biology. Study in these fields now require a genome sequence to work from. We call this a 'Reference Sequence.' We need to build a reference for each species. We do this by Genome Assembly. De novo Genome Assembly is the process of reconstructing the original DNA sequence from the fragment reads alone. Questions of the tutorial: - I just assembled a genome. How does it compare with already sequenced genomes? - How do I find rearranged, inserted, or deleted regions? Objectives of the tutorial: - Identification of the most closely related genome to my new assembly - Perform sequence comparison to locate rearrangements - Identify genes located in deletions
Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Contributing with GitHub via its interface

Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them...

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Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Contributing with GitHub via its interface https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/contributing-to-the-galaxy-training-material-contributing-with-github-via-its-interface Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them accessible to researchers, it is scalable. In 2016, the Galaxy Training Network decide to set up a new infrastructure for delivering easily Galaxy related training material. The idea was to develop something open and online based on a community effort, as always in Galaxy. Questions of the tutorial: - How can I contribute to an open-source project with GitHub and its interface Objectives of the tutorial: - Edit a file via GitHub interface - Create a pull request - Update a pull request
Browsing the eNanoMapper ontology with BioPortal, AberOWL and Protégé

This tutorial explains how the eNanoMapper ontology can be browsed with three tools, of which two are online.

Keywords: nanotoxicology, Ontologies, BioPortal, AberOWL, Protégé

Resource type: Tutorial

Browsing the eNanoMapper ontology with BioPortal, AberOWL and Protégé https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/browsing-the-enanomapper-ontology-with-bioportal-aberowl-and-protege This tutorial explains how the eNanoMapper ontology can be browsed with three tools, of which two are online. nanotoxicology, Ontologies, BioPortal, AberOWL, Protégé PhD students post-docs
Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Set up a Galaxy for Training

Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them...

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Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Set up a Galaxy for Training https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/contributing-to-the-galaxy-training-material-set-up-a-galaxy-for-training Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them accessible to researchers, it is scalable. In 2016, the Galaxy Training Network decide to set up a new infrastructure for delivering easily Galaxy related training material. The idea was to develop something open and online based on a community effort, as always in Galaxy. Questions of the tutorial: - How do I prepare my Galaxy instance to support a training module? - How can I generate a Docker Galaxy instance for my topic? Objectives of the tutorial: - Use ephemeris to install the training requirements to a Galaxy instance - Create a docker image for a training topic
Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Running the Galaxy Training material website locally

Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them...

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Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Running the Galaxy Training material website locally https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/contributing-to-the-galaxy-training-material-running-the-galaxy-training-material-website-locally Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them accessible to researchers, it is scalable. In 2016, the Galaxy Training Network decide to set up a new infrastructure for delivering easily Galaxy related training material. The idea was to develop something open and online based on a community effort, as always in Galaxy. Questions of the tutorial: - How to setup the infrastructure to build training webpages? Objectives of the tutorial: - Installing packages needed for rendering the webpage - Running the GTN material website locally - Tracking changes to the content live in the webbrowser
Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Generating PDF artefacts of the website

Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them...

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Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Generating PDF artefacts of the website https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/contributing-to-the-galaxy-training-material-generating-pdf-artefacts-of-the-website Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them accessible to researchers, it is scalable. In 2016, the Galaxy Training Network decide to set up a new infrastructure for delivering easily Galaxy related training material. The idea was to develop something open and online based on a community effort, as always in Galaxy. Questions of the tutorial: - How to generate PDF of the different tutorials and slides? Objectives of the tutorial: - Generating PDFs
Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Including a new topic

Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them...

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Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Including a new topic https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/contributing-to-the-galaxy-training-material-including-a-new-topic Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them accessible to researchers, it is scalable. In 2016, the Galaxy Training Network decide to set up a new infrastructure for delivering easily Galaxy related training material. The idea was to develop something open and online based on a community effort, as always in Galaxy. Questions of the tutorial: - How to include a new topic? Objectives of the tutorial: - Create a new topic - Set up the metadata for a topic
Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Creating a new tutorial - Creating Interactive Galaxy Tours

Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them...

Resource type: Tutorial

Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Creating a new tutorial - Creating Interactive Galaxy Tours https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/contributing-to-the-galaxy-training-material-creating-a-new-tutorial-creating-interactive-galaxy-tours Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them accessible to researchers, it is scalable. In 2016, the Galaxy Training Network decide to set up a new infrastructure for delivering easily Galaxy related training material. The idea was to develop something open and online based on a community effort, as always in Galaxy. Questions of the tutorial: - What is a Interactive Galaxy Tour? - How can we create an Interactive Tour? Objectives of the tutorial: - Creating a Galaxy tour from scratch - Deploying and running a tour
Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Creating a new tutorial - Defining the technical infrastructure

Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them...

Resource type: Tutorial

Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Creating a new tutorial - Defining the technical infrastructure https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/contributing-to-the-galaxy-training-material-creating-a-new-tutorial-defining-the-technical-infrastructure Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them accessible to researchers, it is scalable. In 2016, the Galaxy Training Network decide to set up a new infrastructure for delivering easily Galaxy related training material. The idea was to develop something open and online based on a community effort, as always in Galaxy. Questions of the tutorial: - How can we define the technical infrastructure for a tutorial? - How to define the tools needed for a tutorial? - How to add the needed data directly in an instance? - How to add the workflows related to a tutorial? - How can we check the technical infrastructure is working? - How can we make an existing Galaxy instance able to run a tutorial? Objectives of the tutorial: - Extracting the technical description for a tutorial - Populating an existing instance with the needed tools, data and workflows for a tutorial - Creating a Galaxy Docker flavor with the needed tools, data and workflows for a tutorial - Testing the Galaxy Docker flavor of a tutorial
Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Creating a new tutorial - Defining metadata

Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them...

Resource type: Tutorial

Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Creating a new tutorial - Defining metadata https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/contributing-to-the-galaxy-training-material-creating-a-new-tutorial-defining-metadata Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them accessible to researchers, it is scalable. In 2016, the Galaxy Training Network decide to set up a new infrastructure for delivering easily Galaxy related training material. The idea was to develop something open and online based on a community effort, as always in Galaxy. Questions of the tutorial: - What does Metadata in GTN means? - Which kind of metadata can I annotate? - For what is metadata used? Objectives of the tutorial: - Adding metadata for a tutorial - Defining learning objectives
Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Contributing with GitHub via command-line

Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them...

Resource type: Tutorial

Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Contributing with GitHub via command-line https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/contributing-to-the-galaxy-training-material-contributing-with-github-via-command-line Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them accessible to researchers, it is scalable. In 2016, the Galaxy Training Network decide to set up a new infrastructure for delivering easily Galaxy related training material. The idea was to develop something open and online based on a community effort, as always in Galaxy. Questions of the tutorial: - How can I contribute to an open-source project with GitHub? - What is the GitHub flow? Objectives of the tutorial: - Fork a repository on GitHub - Clone a remote repository locally - Create a branch - Commit changes - Push changes to a remote repository - Create a pull request - Update a pull request
Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Creating a new tutorial - Writing content in Markdown

Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them...

Resource type: Tutorial

Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material - Creating a new tutorial - Writing content in Markdown https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/contributing-to-the-galaxy-training-material-creating-a-new-tutorial-writing-content-in-markdown Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them accessible to researchers, it is scalable. In 2016, the Galaxy Training Network decide to set up a new infrastructure for delivering easily Galaxy related training material. The idea was to develop something open and online based on a community effort, as always in Galaxy. Questions of the tutorial: - How to write a tutorial with hands-on? - What are the different boxes? - How can I add a caption to an image? Objectives of the tutorial: - Create hands-on - Use the different boxes
Variant Analysis - Calling very rare variants

Exome sequencing means that all protein-coding genes in a genome are sequenced Questions of the tutorial: - What frequency of variants is so low that it is obscured by sequencing error rate? - What are the different types of consensus sequences produced from duplex sequencing? Objectives of...

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Variant Analysis - Calling very rare variants https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/variant-analysis-calling-very-rare-variants Exome sequencing means that all protein-coding genes in a genome are sequenced Questions of the tutorial: - What frequency of variants is so low that it is obscured by sequencing error rate? - What are the different types of consensus sequences produced from duplex sequencing? Objectives of the tutorial: - Processing raw duplex sequencing data into consensus sequences - Find rare variants without relying on diploid assumptions
Variant Analysis - Calling variants in diploid systems

Exome sequencing means that all protein-coding genes in a genome are sequenced Questions of the tutorial: - How to find variable sites in diploid genomes? Objectives of the tutorial: - Using Galaxy's main site we will see how to call variants in human genome.

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Variant Analysis - Calling variants in diploid systems https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/variant-analysis-calling-variants-in-diploid-systems Exome sequencing means that all protein-coding genes in a genome are sequenced Questions of the tutorial: - How to find variable sites in diploid genomes? Objectives of the tutorial: - Using Galaxy's main site we will see how to call variants in human genome.
Variant Analysis - Calling variants in non-diploid systems

Exome sequencing means that all protein-coding genes in a genome are sequenced Questions of the tutorial: - How does frequency of mitochondrial polymorphisms change from mother to child? Objectives of the tutorial: - Using Galaxy's main site we will see how to call variants in bacteria,...

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Variant Analysis - Calling variants in non-diploid systems https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/variant-analysis-calling-variants-in-non-diploid-systems Exome sequencing means that all protein-coding genes in a genome are sequenced Questions of the tutorial: - How does frequency of mitochondrial polymorphisms change from mother to child? Objectives of the tutorial: - Using Galaxy's main site we will see how to call variants in bacteria, viruses, and organelles.
Introduction to Galaxy Analyses - NGS data logistics

Galaxy is a scientific workflow, data integration, and data and analysis persistence and publishing platform that aims to make computational biology accessible to research scientists that do not have computer programming experience. Questions of the tutorial: - How to manipulate and process...

Resource type: Tutorial

Introduction to Galaxy Analyses - NGS data logistics https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/introduction-to-galaxy-ngs-data-logistics Galaxy is a scientific workflow, data integration, and data and analysis persistence and publishing platform that aims to make computational biology accessible to research scientists that do not have computer programming experience. Questions of the tutorial: - How to manipulate and process NGS data Objectives of the tutorial: - Learn about Fastq, SAM, and BAM.
Introduction to Galaxy - Understanding Galaxy history system

Galaxy is a scientific workflow, data integration, and data and analysis persistence and publishing platform that aims to make computational biology accessible to research scientists that do not have computer programming experience. Questions of the tutorial: - How do Galaxy histories...

Resource type: Tutorial

Introduction to Galaxy - Understanding Galaxy history system https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/introduction-to-galaxy-understanding-galaxy-history-system Galaxy is a scientific workflow, data integration, and data and analysis persistence and publishing platform that aims to make computational biology accessible to research scientists that do not have computer programming experience. Questions of the tutorial: - How do Galaxy histories work? Objectives of the tutorial: - Gain understanding on navigating and manipulating histories
Transcriptomics - Reference-based RNAseq data analysis (long)

Training material for all kinds of transcriptomics analysis. Questions of the tutorial: - How to perform analysis of RNAseq data when reference genome is available? Objectives of the tutorial: - Learns basic concepts of RNAseq analysis

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Transcriptomics - Reference-based RNAseq data analysis (long) https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/transcriptomics-reference-based-rnaseq-data-analysis-long Training material for all kinds of transcriptomics analysis. Questions of the tutorial: - How to perform analysis of RNAseq data when reference genome is available? Objectives of the tutorial: - Learns basic concepts of RNAseq analysis
ChIP-Seq data analysis - Identification of the binding sites of the Estrogen receptor

ChIP-sequencing is a method used to analyze protein interactions with DNA. Questions of the tutorial: - How is raw ChIP-seq data processed and analyzed? - What are the binding sites of the Estrogen receptor? Objectives of the tutorial: - Inspect read quality with FastQC - Map reads with...

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ChIP-Seq data analysis - Identification of the binding sites of the Estrogen receptor https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/chip-seq-data-analysis-identification-of-the-binding-sites-of-the-estrogen-receptor ChIP-sequencing is a method used to analyze protein interactions with DNA. Questions of the tutorial: - How is raw ChIP-seq data processed and analyzed? - What are the binding sites of the Estrogen receptor? Objectives of the tutorial: - Inspect read quality with FastQC - Map reads with Bowtie2 - Assess the quality of an ChIP-seq experiments - Extract coverage files - Call enriched regions or peaks
Assembly - Unicycler Assembly

DNA sequence data has become an indispensable tool for Molecular Biology & Evolutionary Biology. Study in these fields now require a genome sequence to work from. We call this a 'Reference Sequence.' We need to build a reference for each species. We do this by Genome Assembly. De novo Genome...

Resource type: Tutorial

Assembly - Unicycler Assembly https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/assembly-unicycler-assembly DNA sequence data has become an indispensable tool for Molecular Biology & Evolutionary Biology. Study in these fields now require a genome sequence to work from. We call this a 'Reference Sequence.' We need to build a reference for each species. We do this by Genome Assembly. De novo Genome Assembly is the process of reconstructing the original DNA sequence from the fragment reads alone. Questions of the tutorial: - I have short reads and long reads. How do I assemble a genome? Objectives of the tutorial: - Perform Quality Control on your reads - Perform a Small genome Assembly with Unicycler - Evaluate the Quality of the Assembly with Quast - Annotate the assembly with Prokka
Introduction to Galaxy Analyses - IGV Introduction

Galaxy is a scientific workflow, data integration, and data and analysis persistence and publishing platform that aims to make computational biology accessible to research scientists that do not have computer programming experience.

Resource type: Tutorial

Introduction to Galaxy Analyses - IGV Introduction https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/galaxy-introduction-igv-introduction Galaxy is a scientific workflow, data integration, and data and analysis persistence and publishing platform that aims to make computational biology accessible to research scientists that do not have computer programming experience.
Introduction to Galaxy - Multisample Analysis

Galaxy is a scientific workflow, data integration, and data and analysis persistence and publishing platform that aims to make computational biology accessible to research scientists that do not have computer programming experience.

Resource type: Tutorial

Introduction to Galaxy - Multisample Analysis https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/galaxy-introduction-multisample-analysis Galaxy is a scientific workflow, data integration, and data and analysis persistence and publishing platform that aims to make computational biology accessible to research scientists that do not have computer programming experience.
Development in Galaxy - Tool development and integration into Galaxy

Galaxy is an open-source project. Everyone can contribute to its development with core Galaxy development, integration of softwares in Galaxy environment, ... Questions of the tutorial: - What is a tool for Galaxy? - How to build a tool/wrapper with the good practices? - How to deal with the...

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Development in Galaxy - Tool development and integration into Galaxy https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/development-in-galaxy-tool-development-and-integration-into-galaxy Galaxy is an open-source project. Everyone can contribute to its development with core Galaxy development, integration of softwares in Galaxy environment, ... Questions of the tutorial: - What is a tool for Galaxy? - How to build a tool/wrapper with the good practices? - How to deal with the tool environment? Objectives of the tutorial: - Discover what is a wrapper and its structure - Use the Planemo utilities to develop a good wrapper - Deal with the dependencies - Write functional tests - Make a tool ready for publishing in a ToolShed