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Bioconductor Masterclass: Package Development

Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical programming language, and is open source and open development. It has two releases each year, 1560 software packages, and an...

Keywords: Devel

Bioconductor Masterclass: Package Development https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/bioconductor-masterclass-package-development Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical programming language, and is open source and open development. It has two releases each year, 1560 software packages, and an active user community. Bioconductor is also available as an AMI (Amazon Machine Image) and a series of Docker images. Devel
The Bioconductor Project: Current Status

Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical programming language, and is open source and open development. It has two releases each year, 1560 software packages, and an...

Keywords: Status

Resource type: Talk

The Bioconductor Project: Current Status https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/the-bioconductor-project-current-status Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical programming language, and is open source and open development. It has two releases each year, 1560 software packages, and an active user community. Bioconductor is also available as an AMI (Amazon Machine Image) and a series of Docker images. Status
Day 2 European Bioconductor Meeting 2017

Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical programming language, and is open source and open development. It has two releases each year, 1560 software packages, and an...

Keywords: Conference

Day 2 European Bioconductor Meeting 2017 https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/day-2-european-bioconductor-meeting-2017 Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical programming language, and is open source and open development. It has two releases each year, 1560 software packages, and an active user community. Bioconductor is also available as an AMI (Amazon Machine Image) and a series of Docker images. Conference
Day 1 European Bioconductor Meeting 2017

Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical programming language, and is open source and open development. It has two releases each year, 1560 software packages, and an...

Keywords: Conference

Day 1 European Bioconductor Meeting 2017 https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/day-1-european-bioconductor-meeting-2017 Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical programming language, and is open source and open development. It has two releases each year, 1560 software packages, and an active user community. Bioconductor is also available as an AMI (Amazon Machine Image) and a series of Docker images. Conference
Conducting Genomic Symphonies with Bioconductor

Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical programming language, and is open source and open development. It has two releases each year, 1560 software packages, and an...

Resource type: Talk

Conducting Genomic Symphonies with Bioconductor https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/conducting-genomic-symphonies-with-bioconductor Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical programming language, and is open source and open development. It has two releases each year, 1560 software packages, and an active user community. Bioconductor is also available as an AMI (Amazon Machine Image) and a series of Docker images.
How to get the most out of your microarray experiment. A Webinar

Materials from the ELIXIR webinar "How to get the most out of your microarray experiment", Feb 14, 2017

Scientific topics: Microarray experiment

Keywords: life sciences, microarrays, eLearning, EeLP

Resource type: course materials, Training materials, Slides

How to get the most out of your microarray experiment. A Webinar https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/how-to-get-the-most-out-of-your-microarray-experiment-a-webinar Materials from the ELIXIR webinar "How to get the most out of your microarray experiment", Feb 14, 2017 Eva Freyhult Jessica Lindvall Mihaela Martis Microarray experiment life sciences, microarrays, eLearning, EeLP Researchers
ELIXIR eLearning definitions

Materials from the asynchronous learning course "ELIXIR eLearning definitions"

Keywords: eLearning, training, EeLP

Resource type: course materials, Training materials, Documentation

ELIXIR eLearning definitions https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/elixir-elearning-definitions Materials from the asynchronous learning course "ELIXIR eLearning definitions" Brane Leskosek Jure Dimec Eija Korpelainen Teresa Attwood Sarah Morgan Nicola Mulder Celia van Gelder Patricia Palagi eLearning, training, EeLP Researchers teachers Trainers
RNA-seq data analysis using Chipster

Materials from the ELIXIR tutorial “RNA-seq data analysis using Chipster”, Jan 31, 2017

Scientific topics: Transcriptomics, Genomics

Keywords: transcriptomics, RNA-Seq, eLearning, EeLP

Resource type: course materials, Training materials, Slides, Video

RNA-seq data analysis using Chipster https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/rna-seq-data-analysis-using-chipster Materials from the ELIXIR tutorial “RNA-seq data analysis using Chipster”, Jan 31, 2017 Eija Korpelainen Maria Lehtivaara Transcriptomics Genomics transcriptomics, RNA-Seq, eLearning, EeLP Researchers
ELIXIR TtR course: Basic genomics using advanced analysis tools

Materials from the ELIXIR workshop “ELIXIR TtR course: Basic genomics using advanced analysis tools”, Nov 5-6 2018 at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Scientific topics: Genomics

Keywords: Galaxy, training, Genomics, eLearning, EeLP

Resource type: course materials, Training materials, Slides

ELIXIR TtR course: Basic genomics using advanced analysis tools https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/elixir-ttr-course-basic-genomics-using-advanced-analysis-tools Materials from the ELIXIR workshop “ELIXIR TtR course: Basic genomics using advanced analysis tools”, Nov 5-6 2018 at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine, Ljubljana, Slovenia Christophe Antoniewski Olivier Inizan Genomics Galaxy, training, Genomics, eLearning, EeLP life scientists beginner bioinformaticians Postgraduate students
Hands-on workshop in Marine Metagenomics

Materials from the ELIXIR workshop “Hands-on workshop in Marine Metagenomics”, Nov 26-30 2018 at the Arctic University of Norway, Tromso, Norway

Scientific topics: Marine biology, Metagenomics, Genomics

Keywords: Marine Metagenomics, eLearning, EeLP

Resource type: course materials, Training materials, Slides

Hands-on workshop in Marine Metagenomics https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/hands-on-workshop-in-marine-metagenomics Materials from the ELIXIR workshop “Hands-on workshop in Marine Metagenomics”, Nov 26-30 2018 at the Arctic University of Norway, Tromso, Norway Erik Hjerde Nils Peder Willassen Espen Aberg Espen Mikal Robertsen Marine biology Metagenomics Genomics Marine Metagenomics, eLearning, EeLP Researchers Master students PhD students
ELIXIR EXCELERATE Train the Trainer

This set of course material was designed in the context of the ELIXIR EXCELERATE Train the Trainer programme. It covers four sessions: * Learning principles and how they apply to training and teaching * Teaching techniques that can be used to enhance learner engagement and participation *...

Keywords: Train the trainer, Pedagogy, Course development, Course design

Resource type: Training materials

ELIXIR EXCELERATE Train the Trainer https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/elixir-excelerate-train-the-trainer This set of course material was designed in the context of the ELIXIR EXCELERATE Train the Trainer programme. It covers four sessions: * Learning principles and how they apply to training and teaching * Teaching techniques that can be used to enhance learner engagement and participation * Lesson, course, and materials design * Assessment and feedback in training and teaching Train the trainer, Pedagogy, Course development, Course design Trainers Training instructors Training Designers teachers
ANOVA with R

The aim of this short course is to explain why we have to analyse variances if we want to compare group means using ANOVA techniques. This lecture may be included in the Linear regression with R course. Please note that we cannot go into the specific data analysis problems of your particular...

ANOVA with R https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/anova-with-r The aim of this short course is to explain why we have to analyse variances if we want to compare group means using ANOVA techniques. This lecture may be included in the Linear regression with R course. Please note that we cannot go into the specific data analysis problems of your particular project.
Implementation of Data Management Plans & Data Stewardship in practice

Materials from the ELIXIR workshop “Implementation of Data Management Plans & Data Stewardship in practice”, Sept 11, 2018 at ECCB2018, Athens, Greece.

Scientific topics: Data submission, annotation and curation, Data management

Keywords: data management, data stewardship, eLearning, EeLP

Resource type: course materials, Training materials, Slides

Implementation of Data Management Plans & Data Stewardship in practice https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/implementation-of-data-management-plans-data-stewardship-in-practice Materials from the ELIXIR workshop “Implementation of Data Management Plans & Data Stewardship in practice”, Sept 11, 2018 at ECCB2018, Athens, Greece. Celia van Gelder Roland Krause Mateusz Kuzak Brane Leskosek Marko Vidak Robert Pergl Marek Suchanek Jan Slifka Vojtech Knaisl Data submission, annotation and curation Data management data management, data stewardship, eLearning, EeLP bioinformaticians data stewards
Single cell RNA-seq data analysis with R

This hands-on course introduces the participants to single cell RNA-seq data analysis concepts and popular tools and R packages. It covers the preprocessing steps from raw sequence reads to expression matrix as well as clustering, cell type identification, differential expression analysis and...

Scientific topics: RNA-Seq

Keywords: RNA-Seq, Single Cell technologies, scRNA-seq

Resource type: course materials

Single cell RNA-seq data analysis with R https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/single-cell-rna-seq-data-analysis-with-r This hands-on course introduces the participants to single cell RNA-seq data analysis concepts and popular tools and R packages. It covers the preprocessing steps from raw sequence reads to expression matrix as well as clustering, cell type identification, differential expression analysis and pseudotime analysis. Eija Korpelainen RNA-Seq RNA-Seq, Single Cell technologies, scRNA-seq bioinformaticians Biologists
Adding nanomaterial data

This tutorial describes how nanomaterial data can be added to an eNanoMapper server using a RDF format.

Scientific topics: Database management, Toxicology

Keywords: nanotoxicology, enanomapper, resource description framework, ontology

Resource type: Tutorial

Adding nanomaterial data https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/adding-nanomaterial-data This tutorial describes how nanomaterial data can be added to an eNanoMapper server using a RDF format. Database management Toxicology nanotoxicology, enanomapper, resource description framework, ontology programmers data entering
Single cell RNA-seq data analysis with Chipster

This course introduces single cell RNA-seq data analysis methods, tools and file formats. It covers the preprocessing steps of DropSeq data from raw reads to a digital gene expression matrix (DGE), and how to find sub-populations of cells using clustering with the Seurat tools. You will also...

Scientific topics: RNA-Seq

Keywords: RNA-Seq, Single Cell technologies, scRNA-seq

Resource type: course materials, Video

Single cell RNA-seq data analysis with Chipster https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/single-cell-rna-seq-data-analysis-with-chipster-6cc8f0fb-1c92-444b-ab19-b04fe6454430 This course introduces single cell RNA-seq data analysis methods, tools and file formats. It covers the preprocessing steps of DropSeq data from raw reads to a digital gene expression matrix (DGE), and how to find sub-populations of cells using clustering with the Seurat tools. You will also learn how to compare two samples and detect conserved cluster markers and differentially expressed genes in them. The user-friendly Chipster software is used in the exercises, so no Unix or R experience is required and the course is thus suitable for everybody. Eija Korpelainen RNA-Seq RNA-Seq, Single Cell technologies, scRNA-seq Biologists bioinformaticians
Open Science MOOC: Module 5, Open Research Software and Open Source

Software and technology underpin modern science. There is an increasing demand for more sophisticated open source software, matched by an increasing willingness for researchers to openly collaborate on new tools. These developments come with a specific ethical, legal and economic challenges that...

Keywords: open source

Open Science MOOC: Module 5, Open Research Software and Open Source https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/open-science-mooc-module-5-open-research-software-and-open-source Software and technology underpin modern science. There is an increasing demand for more sophisticated open source software, matched by an increasing willingness for researchers to openly collaborate on new tools. These developments come with a specific ethical, legal and economic challenges that impact upon research workflows. This module will introduce the necessary tools required for transforming software into something that can be openly accessed and re-used by others. open source
A Critical Guide to the PDB

This Critical Guide in the Introduction to Bioinformatics series provides a brief outline of the Protein Data Bank – the PDB – the world’s primary repository of biological macromolecular structures. The rationale for creating the resource and the kinds of information it provides are discussed,...

Scientific topics: Database management

Keywords: Introduction bioinformatics, Introduction pdb, Protein structure analysis, Protein structure databases, Protein structures

A Critical Guide to the PDB https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/a-critical-guide-to-the-pdb This Critical Guide in the Introduction to Bioinformatics series provides a brief outline of the Protein Data Bank – the PDB – the world’s primary repository of biological macromolecular structures. The rationale for creating the resource and the kinds of information it provides are discussed, and issues relating to its evolution and growth are explored. Specifically, this Guide introduces the principal features of the PDB, the nature (and quality) of its contents and how these may be interrogated. On reading this Guide, users will be able to: i) explain some of the ways in which knowledge of protein structures is useful; ii) identify the constituent databases of the wwPDB; iii) explain key features of the RCSB PDB in terms of its data distribution, growth and redundancy statistics; iv) search the PDB using simple and advanced keywords and full sequences, and analyse differences between them; and v) explain various structural quality criteria, and infer the quality of individual PDB entries. Database management Introduction bioinformatics, Introduction pdb, Protein structure analysis, Protein structure databases, Protein structures Beginners 2018-09-08
A Critical Guide to InterPro

This Critical Guide in the Introduction to Bioinformatics series provides an introduction to the InterPro database, the largest, most comprehensive, integrated protein family database in the world. The rationale for creating the resource, the nature of its contributing databases and the kinds of...

Scientific topics: Database management

Keywords: Introduction bioinformatics, Introduction interpro, Protein family classification, Protein family databases, Protein family hierarchies, Protein function annotation, Protein sequence analysis

A Critical Guide to InterPro https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/a-critical-guide-to-interpro This Critical Guide in the Introduction to Bioinformatics series provides an introduction to the InterPro database, the largest, most comprehensive, integrated protein family database in the world. The rationale for creating the resource, the nature of its contributing databases and the kinds of information they provide are discussed, and the role of InterPro in protein classification and function-annotation projects is outlined. Specifically, this Guide introduces the principal components of the InterPro database, the differences between them, and how their integration creates a resource whose diagnostic power is greater than the sum of its parts. On reading this Guide, users will be able to: i) explain how protein family databases are used to help annotate uncharacterised protein sequences; ii) identify InterPro’s constituent data resources and explain the main methods that underpin them; iii) search InterPro using keywords and full sequences; iv) analyse and interpret search results in terms of protein family hierarchies, their structural domains and functional features; and v) track the provenance of InterPro’s annotations. Database management Introduction bioinformatics, Introduction interpro, Protein family classification, Protein family databases, Protein family hierarchies, Protein function annotation, Protein sequence analysis Beginners 2018-09-08
A Critical Guide to the UniProtKB Flat-file Format

This Critical Guide briefly presents the need for biological databases and for a standard format for storing and organising biological data. Web-based interfaces have made databases more user-friendly, but knowledge of the underlying file format offers a deeper understanding of how to navigate...

Scientific topics: Database management

Keywords: Flat file databases, Flat files, Introduction bioinformatics, Uniprotkb flat file format

A Critical Guide to the UniProtKB Flat-file Format https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/a-critical-guide-to-the-uniprotkb-flat-file-format This Critical Guide briefly presents the need for biological databases and for a standard format for storing and organising biological data. Web-based interfaces have made databases more user-friendly, but knowledge of the underlying file format offers a deeper understanding of how to navigate and mine the information they contain, so that humans and machines can get the most out of them. This Guide explores the file format that underpins one of today’s most popular protein sequence databases – UniProtKB. Specifically, this Guide introduces the concept of database ‘flat-files’, and examines features of the UniProtKB flat-file format. On reading this Guide, users will be able to: i) identify key fields within UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot and UniProtKB/TrEMBL flat-files; ii) explain what these fields mean, what information they contain and what the information is used for; iii) analyse the information in different fields and infer structural and functional features of a sequence; iv) examine and investigate the provenance of annotations; and v) compare annotations at different time-points and evaluate the likely impact of annotation changes. Database management Flat file databases, Flat files, Introduction bioinformatics, Uniprotkb flat file format Beginners 2018-09-08
A Critical Guide to UniProtKB

This Critical Guide in the Introduction to Bioinformatics series provides a brief outline of the UniProt protein sequence database, with a particular focus on the UniProt Knowledgebase – UniProtKB. The rationale for creating the resource, its contributing databases and the kinds of information...

Scientific topics: Database management

Keywords: Introduction bioinformatics, Introduction uniprot, Protein sequence databases, Uniprot knowledgebase

A Critical Guide to UniProtKB https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/a-critical-guide-to-uniprotkb This Critical Guide in the Introduction to Bioinformatics series provides a brief outline of the UniProt protein sequence database, with a particular focus on the UniProt Knowledgebase – UniProtKB. The rationale for creating the resource, its contributing databases and the kinds of information they provide are discussed, and issues behind the quality of their annotations are explored. Specifically, this Guide introduces the principal components of the UniProt Knowledgebase, and the differences between them. On reading this Guide, users will be able to: i) identify and explain the characteristic features of UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot and UniProtKB/TrEMBL entries; ii) distinguish annotations that are computed, and hence not experimentally validated; iii) search UniProtKB using keywords, full sequences and peptides, and interpret the results; iv) analyse and track the provenance of annotations; and v) infer which annotations are likely to be accurate and which erroneous. Database management Introduction bioinformatics, Introduction uniprot, Protein sequence databases, Uniprot knowledgebase Beginners 2018-09-08
A Critical Guide to BLAST

This Critical Guide in the Introduction to Bioinformatics series provides an overview of the BLAST similarity search tool, briefly examining the underlying algorithm and its rise to popularity. Several Web-based and stand-alone implementations are reviewed, and key features of typical search...

Keywords: Introduction bioinformatics, Introduction blast, Sequence database searching, Sequence similarity searching

A Critical Guide to BLAST https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/a-critical-guide-to-blast This Critical Guide in the Introduction to Bioinformatics series provides an overview of the BLAST similarity search tool, briefly examining the underlying algorithm and its rise to popularity. Several Web-based and stand-alone implementations are reviewed, and key features of typical search results are discussed. Specifically, this Guide introduces concepts and theories that underpin the BLAST search tool, and examines features of search outputs important for understanding and interpreting BLAST results. On reading this Guide, users will be able to: i) search a variety of Web-based sequence databases with different query sequences, and alter search parameters; ii) explain a range of typical search parameters, and the likely impacts on search outputs of changing them; iii) analyse the information conveyed in search outputs and infer the significance of reported matches; iv) examine and investigate the annotations of reported matches, and their provenance; and v) compare the outputs of different BLAST implementations and evaluate the implications of any differences. Introduction bioinformatics, Introduction blast, Sequence database searching, Sequence similarity searching Beginners 2018-09-08
A Critical Guide to Unix

This Critical Guide in the Introduction to Bioinformatics series briefly introduces the Unix Operating System, and provides a subset of some of the most helpful and commonly used commands, including those that allow various types of search, navigation and file manipulation. Several keystroke...

Keywords: Command line, Introduction bioinformatics, Introduction unix, Unix commands, Unix operating system

A Critical Guide to Unix https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/a-critical-guide-to-unix This Critical Guide in the Introduction to Bioinformatics series briefly introduces the Unix Operating System, and provides a subset of some of the most helpful and commonly used commands, including those that allow various types of search, navigation and file manipulation. Several keystroke short-cuts are also explained, which help to make the routine use of Unix commands more efficient. Specifically, this Guide showcases some of the simplest, most frequently used commands to help new users to understand and gain confidence in using the Unix Operating System. On reading the Guide, users will be able: i) to exploit a range of commands: to manipulate files, directories and processes; to navigate directory structures and explore their contents; to search for files, and search and compare file contents; and to direct command outputs into files or into other commands; and ii) to explain what many simple commands mean and how they’re used. Command line, Introduction bioinformatics, Introduction unix, Unix commands, Unix operating system Beginners 2018-09-08
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...

Resource type: Tutorial

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
Summer School 2018 TrainMalta: Epigenomics. Introduction to Unix and R

An overview of Unix and R for bioinformatics

Keywords: Unix, R-programming

Resource type: Training materials

Summer School 2018 TrainMalta: Epigenomics. Introduction to Unix and R https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/summer-school-2018-trainmalta-epigenomics-introduction-to-unix-and-r An overview of Unix and R for bioinformatics Luigi Grassi Unix, R-programming PhD students Life Science Researchers
Programming in the Life Sciences

This is a OER around a six day course on using JavaScript to program the life sciences web, but with a focus on the Open PHACTS API.

Scientific topics: Pharmacology, Drug discovery

Programming in the Life Sciences https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/programming-in-the-life-sciences This is a OER around a six day course on using JavaScript to program the life sciences web, but with a focus on the Open PHACTS API. Pharmacology Drug discovery bioinformaticians
High Performance Computing in Life Sciences

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High Performance Computing in Life Sciences https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/high-performance-computing-in-life-sciences No description provided.
Pathway module of ArrayAnalysis.org

This tutorial explains how to use the Pathway module of ArrayAnalysis.org for pathway analysis of microarray data.

Keywords: Gene Ontology

Pathway module of ArrayAnalysis.org https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/pathway-module-of-arrayanalysis-org This tutorial explains how to use the Pathway module of ArrayAnalysis.org for pathway analysis of microarray data. Gene Ontology PhD students post-docs
Data Carpentry in R

Data Carpentry workshops are for any researcher who has data they want to analyze, and no prior computational experience is required. This hands-on workshop teaches basic concepts, skills and tools for working more effectively with data. We will cover Data organization in spreadsheets, data...

Keywords: Data analysis, Data carpentry, SoftwareCarpentry

Resource type: course materials

Data Carpentry in R https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/data-carpentry-in-r Data Carpentry workshops are for any researcher who has data they want to analyze, and no prior computational experience is required. This hands-on workshop teaches basic concepts, skills and tools for working more effectively with data. We will cover Data organization in spreadsheets, data cleaning with OpenRefine, and learn how to use the statistical program R. If time allows we will also talk about Interacting with databases from R. Participants will be encouraged to help one another and to apply what they have learned to their own research problems Data analysis, Data carpentry, SoftwareCarpentry Anyone
Data visualisation with R and ggplot2

This course provides a short beginners introduction to data visualisation using the R programming language and software environment for statistical computing and graphics. Sergio will demonstrate basic examples on how to import data, perform different types of plots and export graphics using R...

Keywords: R-programming

Resource type: course materials

Data visualisation with R and ggplot2 https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/data-visualisation-with-r-and-ggplot2 This course provides a short beginners introduction to data visualisation using the R programming language and software environment for statistical computing and graphics. Sergio will demonstrate basic examples on how to import data, perform different types of plots and export graphics using R standard functions and the library ggplot2. Everybody is welcome; if you would like to follow along with your laptop, please bring R and RStudio downloaded and installed before the session. R-programming PhD students Researchers