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Galaxy at ISMB and BOSC 2012

Galaxy had a significant presence at ISMB and BOSC 2012. This page lists known Galaxy related events and presentations.

Date

Event

Time

Title & Presenter

Links

Wednesday July 11

OpenBio Codefest 2012

All Day

Enis Afgan and Dannon Baker of the the Galaxy Team will participate.

Report

Thursday July 12

Friday July 13

BOSC

11:35-12:00

MGTAXA - a toolkit and a Web server for predicting taxonomy of the metagenomic sequences with Galaxy front-end and parallel computational back-end, Andrey Tovchigrechko, JCVI

slides

Saturday July 14

10:45-11:00

GenomeSpace: An open source environment for frictionless bioinformatics, Michael Reich, Broad Institute

slides

11:00-11:15

Galaxy Project Update, Dannon Baker, Emory University

slides

11:15-11:30

Zero to a Bioinformatics Analysis Platform in 4 Minutes, Enis Afgan, Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI) and Victorian Life Science Computation Initiative (VLSCI)

slides

2:40-2:55

A Framework for Interactive Visual Analysis of NGS Data using Galaxy, Jeremy Goecks, Emory University

slides

Sunday July 15

ISMB 2012

12:15-12:40

TT06 - The Taverna Server: Executing Scientific Workflows Remotely, Katy Wolstencroft, University of Manchester

2:30-2:55

TT08: Interactive Visual Analysis of NGS Data using Trackster and Galaxy, Jeremy Goecks, Emory University

Slides

3:00-3:25

TT10: The first biomedical AppStore: Galaxy Tool Shed, Greg von Kuster, Penn State University

Slides

Monday July 16

10:45-11:10

TT15 - GenomeSpace: An environment for frictionless bioinformatics, Michael Reich, Broad Institute

slides

11:45-12:10

WK3 - Part C: Running a Bioinformatics Help Desk: from drawing colorful plasmid maps to working with Hi Seq Data, Hans-Rudolf Hotz, Friedrich Miescher Institute

Slides

12:40-2:30

Poster A33: A large-scale microbial whole genome sequencing pipeline for outbreak investigation, Natalie Knox, Public Health Agency of Canada

Poster AA07: GenomeSpace: An environment for frictionless bioinformatics, Michael Reich, Broad Institute

poster

Poster E09: LIMS and Bioinformatics Support for the GLBRC Seed-to-Biofuels Research Pipeline, Yury Bukhman, Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center

poster

Poster G19: RNA-Seq Analysis of Eucalyptus Genotypes that Differ in Carbon Allocation, Adhemar Zerlotini, EMBRAPA

Poster K01: BiocaNet: Central American Bioinformatics Network, Allan Orozco Central American Bioinformatics Institutional Network (BiocaNET)

Poster S07: BE Seeker 2: Enhanced algorithm for analysis of large scale BS and RRBS data, Petko Fiziev University of California, Los Angeles

Poster U17: Bioinformatics Tools and Analysis for RAD Tag Analysis of Incipient Speciation, Lauren Assour University of Notre Dame

Tuesday July 17

12:40-2:30

Poster A50: Enabling the reuse of methods while unraveling the epigenetic factors of Huntington's Disease, Marco Roos, Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre

Poster E12: Managing complex bioinformatics pipelines through PyPedia and MOLGENIS, Marcel Kempenaar, University Medical Center Groningen

Poster U28: Data Intensive Academic Grid (DIAG): A Computational Cloud Infrastructure Designed for Bioinformatics Analysis, Anup Mahurkar Institute for Genome Sciences

Poster U36: Nebula - a web-server for advanced ChIP-Seq data analysis, Valentina Boeva, Institut Curie

poster

Poster U52: Lessons learned from RNA-Seq Read Alignment Evaluations, Andre Kahles, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center