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Plant Phenotyping Data managment Webinar (MIAPPE)

The Minimal Information About Plant Phenotyping Experiment, MIAPPE (www.miappe.org), has been designed by ELIXIR, EMPHASIS and Bioversity international, to guide plant scientist in the management of experimental data. Furthermore, since genetic studies relies on the integration and the linking...

Scientific topics: Data submission, annotation and curation, Data quality management, Phenomics, Plant biology

Operations: Standardisation and normalisation

Resource type: Video, Slides

Plant Phenotyping Data managment Webinar (MIAPPE) https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/plant-phenotyping-data-managment-webinar-miappe The Minimal Information About Plant Phenotyping Experiment, MIAPPE (www.miappe.org), has been designed by ELIXIR, EMPHASIS and Bioversity international, to guide plant scientist in the management of experimental data. Furthermore, since genetic studies relies on the integration and the linking between phenotype and genotype datasets, relevant section of MIAPPE are beginning to be used for genotyping standards. This Webinar will give an overview of the current practices and methods for plant phenotyping data standardization, and how to deal with the variability and heterogeneity inherent to research and breeding data sets. Data management approaches at some of the major research organizations will be given as examples. The recording is available [here](https://youtu.be/4FOQPAWl6_M) and the slides are [here](https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FORlCX662T9dxiG4uzQwVXDXnq-sP0FP/view?usp=sharing) Cyril Pommier Anne-Françoise Adam-Blondon Célia Michotey Data submission, annotation and curation Data quality management Phenomics Plant biology Researchers Biologists, Genomicists, Computer Scientists Biologists software developers, bioinformaticians
FAIR principles applied to bioinformatics

Content of the training material: - Introduction to reproducibility - encapsulate a work environment (docker) - design and execute workflows (snakemake) - IFB infrastructure (Slurm cluster) - managing software versions (git) - managing software environments (conda) - ensure...

Keywords: FAIR, Reproducible Science, Open science

Resource type: Training materials

FAIR principles applied to bioinformatics https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/fair-principles-applied-to-bioinformatics Content of the training material: - Introduction to reproducibility - encapsulate a work environment (docker) - design and execute workflows (snakemake) - IFB infrastructure (Slurm cluster) - managing software versions (git) - managing software environments (conda) - ensure the traceability of analysis using Notebooks. The training material is in french Hélène Chiapello FAIR, Reproducible Science, Open science bioinformaticians software developers, bioinformaticians computational scientists
BioSimulators tutorial and help

BioSimulators is a registry of containerized biosimulation tools that provide consistent command-line interfaces. The BioSimulations web application helps investigators browse this registry to find simulation tools that have the capabilities (supported modeling frameworks, simulation algorithms,...

Scientific topics: Simulation experiment, Computational biology, Systems biology

Operations: Modelling and simulation

Keywords: Modeling, biomodel, dynamic simulations, COMBINE, OMEX, SED-ML, SBML, BNGL

Resource type: Tutorial, Documentation

BioSimulators tutorial and help https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/biosimulators-help BioSimulators is a registry of containerized biosimulation tools that provide consistent command-line interfaces. The BioSimulations web application helps investigators browse this registry to find simulation tools that have the capabilities (supported modeling frameworks, simulation algorithms, and modeling formats) needed for specific modeling projects. The BioSimulators help describes how to use this registry: - How to find a containerized simulation tools that are capable of executing a modeling study. - How to use containerized simulation tools to execute modeling studies. - How to containerize a simulation tool and submit it to the BioSimulators registry. Ion Moraru Bilal Shaikh Simulation experiment Computational biology Systems biology Modeling, biomodel, dynamic simulations, COMBINE, OMEX, SED-ML, SBML, BNGL modelers Computational biologists software developers, bioinformaticians
Integrating to ELIXIR AAI -- instructions for developers

This is a collection of videos, presentations and on-line materials for developers and administrators for integrating a service to ELIXIR AAI, the ELIXIR Compute platform service for user authentication and authorisation.

Scientific topics: Computer science

Keywords: AAI, IAM, Authentication, authorisation

Resource type: Webinar, Presentation, Documentation

Integrating to ELIXIR AAI -- instructions for developers https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/integrating-to-elixir-aai-instruction-for-developers This is a collection of videos, presentations and on-line materials for developers and administrators for integrating a service to ELIXIR AAI, the ELIXIR Compute platform service for user authentication and authorisation. Computer science AAI, IAM, Authentication, authorisation software developers, bioinformaticians
Data harmonization and enrichment using EMBL-EBI ontology tools

This video explains how the Zooma annotation tool, the OxO mapping service and the Ontology Lookup Service (OLS) can be used to harmonise and enrich biological and biomedical data. The EMBL-EBI Ontology Tools can be used by both biological curators and software developers. Biological curators...

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

Keywords: CINECA, data harmonization, Annotation, Ontologies

Resource type: Video

Data harmonization and enrichment using EMBL-EBI ontology tools https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/data-harmonization-and-enrichment-using-embl-ebi-ontology-tools This video explains how the Zooma annotation tool, the OxO mapping service and the Ontology Lookup Service (OLS) can be used to harmonise and enrich biological and biomedical data. The EMBL-EBI Ontology Tools can be used by both biological curators and software developers. Biological curators access the tools through their respective websites. REST APIs are available for software developers who want to build systems based on these services. Ontology and terminology Data submission, annotation and curation Data management CINECA, data harmonization, Annotation, Ontologies biocurators software developers, bioinformaticians
Helis Academy - FAIRify your data

FAIRify your data: FAIRification & Data modelling using linked data

Keywords: linked data, Wikidata, data management

Resource type: Slides

Helis Academy - FAIRify your data https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/helis-academy-fairify-your-data FAIRify your data: FAIRification & Data modelling using linked data linked data, Wikidata, data management bioinformaticians software developers, bioinformaticians Life Science Researchers
Essential Steps of the FAIRification Process

Since 2014, a number of FAIR Stakeholders have developed tools and methods around the FAIRifcation of typical datasets. In the last 5 years, these efforts were field tested in a series of "Bring Your Own Data" Workshops". This material documents the accumulated practical & teaching...

Keywords: FAIR, data stewardship, metadata, linked data

Resource type: Training materials

Essential Steps of the FAIRification Process https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/essential-steps-of-the-fairification-process Since 2014, a number of FAIR Stakeholders have developed tools and methods around the FAIRifcation of typical datasets. In the last 5 years, these efforts were field tested in a series of "Bring Your Own Data" Workshops". This material documents the accumulated practical & teaching experiences from BYODS as well as more high-level FAIR awareness trainings. This document was formerly known as the "Big Book of FAIRification". FAIR, data stewardship, metadata, linked data Researchers Support Staff data librarians software developers, bioinformaticians
EMBL-ABR workshop on Open Source and Software Development Best Practice

This workshop will provide an interactive forum to discuss, review and gain an overview of Open Source and Software Development and will be based on content from the ELIXIR Software Development Best Practices group and aims to explore how to harmonise EMBL-ABR efforts in this area

Scientific topics: Software engineering

Keywords: bioinformatics

EMBL-ABR workshop on Open Source and Software Development Best Practice https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/embl-abr-workshop-on-open-source-and-software-development-best-practice This workshop will provide an interactive forum to discuss, review and gain an overview of Open Source and Software Development and will be based on content from the ELIXIR Software Development Best Practices group and aims to explore how to harmonise EMBL-ABR efforts in this area Rafael C Jimenez Jason Williams Software engineering bioinformatics software developers, bioinformaticians
BioJS

Introduction to BioJS a standard for visualisation of biological data in JavaScript

Keywords: Biojs, Javascript, Software, Standards

BioJS https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/biojs-1ff5ad84-3b06-4997-bba6-e18a4dcf32c0 Introduction to BioJS a standard for visualisation of biological data in JavaScript Biojs, Javascript, Software, Standards software developers, bioinformaticians 2014-02-27 2017-10-09
SV-Autopilot: the new face of Structural Variant Detection

Although there are many tools designed for structural variation (SV) analysis there has been no bench mark study to guide scientists in choosing the best tool for their particular data set. In this test case, AllBio Test Case 2 – Identification of Large Structural Variants, a researcher is eager...

Keywords: Ngs bioinformatics, Structural variations

SV-Autopilot: the new face of Structural Variant Detection https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/sv-autopilot-the-new-face-of-structural-variant-detection Although there are many tools designed for structural variation (SV) analysis there has been no bench mark study to guide scientists in choosing the best tool for their particular data set. In this test case, AllBio Test Case 2 – Identification of Large Structural Variants, a researcher is eager to identify large structural variants in multiple accessions of Arabidopsis. What is needed is a tool which can identify the type and quality of the sequencing reads, assemble them with regards to a reference genome, and predict large structural variants (>30nt). Lastly, it is desirable that the tool should have a user-friendly interface with which bench scientists can easily examine structural variants in their accession(s) of interest that need to be validated. Here we have not only created the benchmark data, but have also created a Virtual Machine framework that can automate this process using multiple SV prediction algorithms in parallel and refine the output to reduce false positive calls. We call this SV-AUTOPILOT, a Structural Variation AUTOmated PIpeLine Optimization Tool. This tool was tested by participants during the workshop. Link to SV-Autopilot: https://github.com/ALLBio/allbiotc2 Ngs bioinformatics, Structural variations Biologists bioinformaticians software developers, bioinformaticians 2014-09-10 2017-10-09