You can't save spelling words.

Clear message
Locked History Actions

Events/ISMB-ECCB-BOSC 2011

BOSC 2011   ISMB/ECCB 2011

Galaxy at ISMB/ECCB, 3DSIG, and BOSC 2011

Galaxy had a significant presence at ISMB/ECCB, 3DSIG, and BOSC 2011. This page lists all known Galaxy related events and presentations. If you have something that isn't listed, please add it below (or send it to outreach@galaxyproject.org).

Date

Event

Time

Title & Presenter

Links

Friday July 15

BOSC

11:55-12:05

Enacting Taverna Workflows through Galaxy, Kostas Karasavvas

PDF

14:50-:15:10

Applying Visual Analytics to Extend the Genome Browser from Visualization Tool to Analysis Tool, Jeremy Goecks, Emory University

3DSIG Poster/Laptop

12:10-15:00

CADDSuite: A flexible and open framework and workflow system for computer-aided drug design, Marcel Schumann and Marc Röttig, University of Tuebingen

Saturday July 16

BOSC

12:05-12:15

Enabling NGS Analysis with(out) the Infrastructure, Enis Afgan, Emory University

Abstract PDF

3DSIG Poster/Laptop

12:10-15:00

SymD server: a platform for detecting internally symmetric protein structures, Chin-Hsien (Emily) Tai, et al., National Cancer Institute

PDF

Monday July 18

ISMB/ECCB Tech Track

12:15-12:40

TT23: Enacting Taverna Workflows through Galaxy, Kostas Karasavvas, NBIC - LUMC

Abstract, PDF

ISMB/ECCB Poster Presentations, Odd

12:40-14:30

V7: SymD server: a platform for detecting internally symmetric protein structures, Chin-Hsien (Emily) Tai, et al., National Cancer Institute

PDF

J43: Statistical Tests for Detecting Differential RNA-Transcript Expression from Read Counts, Philipp Drewe, et al. Friedrich Miescher Laboratory of the Max Planck Society

ISMB/ECCB Tech Track

14:30-14:55

TT24: EMBOSS: New developments and extended data access, Peter Rice, European Bioinformatics Institute

Abstract

Tuesday July 19

ISMB/ECCB Tech Track

10:45-11:10

TT37: NGS Best Practices through Galaxy: Cloud-based variant discovery with visual analytics, Daniel Blankenberg, Penn State University

Abstract

ISMB/ECCB Proceedings

12:15-12:40

PT40: From Sets to Graphs: Towards a Realistic Enrichment Analysis of Transcriptomic Systems, Ludwig Geistlinger, LMU München

ISMB/ECCB Poster Presentations, Even

12:40-14:30

Z04: CADDSuite: A flexible and open framework and workflow system for computer-aided drug design, Marcel Schumann and Marc Röttig, University of Tuebingen

ISMB/ECCB Workshops

14:30-16:25

W6: Genomics for Non-Model Organisms, Dave Clements, Emory University. This Galaxy organized workshop features these talks:

Abstracts

Using RAD-seq for genomic and transcriptomic studies of non-model organisms, Julian Catchen, University of Oregon

PDF

Using RNA-seq for gene annotation, quantitation, and function in non-model organisms, Jeremy Goecks, Emory University

PDF

Development of a workflow for SNP detection in grapevine species: MAPHiTS, Marc Bras, INRA-URGI

PDF

Repeatable plant pathology bioinformatic analysis: not everything is NGS data, Peter Cock, James Hutton Institute

PDF

ISMB/ECCB Tech Track

14:30-14:55

TT48: Oqtans: A Galaxy-integrated workflow for Quantitative Transcriptome Analysis from NGS data, Géraldine Jean and Sebastian J. Schultheiss, Friedrich Miescher Laboratory of Max Planck Society

Abstract, PDF

ISMB/ECCB Tech Track

16:00-16:25

TT59: The Galaxy Track Browser: Transforming the Genome Browser from Visualization Tool to Analysis Tool, Jeremy Goecks, Emory University

Abstract

attachment:GalaxyAtISMB2011.pdf

Flyer

A flyer has been created listing all these talks. Please feel free to print out a copy (or more) and take them with you.