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BOSC 2015    ISMB ECCB 2015

Galaxy at ISMB/ECCB and BOSC 2015

... and BioVis 2015

Galaxy has a significant presence at ISMB/ECCB 2015 and BOSC 2015. 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 Galaxy Outreach <outreach AT galaxyproject DOT org>).

BOSC 2015

BOSC runs 10-11 July.

Date

Time

Title & Presenter

Links

10 July

11:36

Bringing Hadoop into Bioinformatics with Cloudgene and CloudMan

Sebastian Schoenherr

Slides, Video

12:15

A Genomics Virtual Laboratory

Andrew Lonie

Slides, Video

14:17

From peer-reviewed to peer-reproduced: a role for research objects in scholarly publishing in the life sciences

Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran

Slides, Video

14:34

Demystifying the Interoperability of Disparate Genomic Resources

Slides, Video

14:51

Increasing the utility of Galaxy workflows

Slides (PDF), Video

15:10

Kipper: A software package for sequence database versioning for Galaxy bioinformatics servers

Damion Dooley

Slides, Video

15:15

Evolution of the Galaxy tool ecosystem - happier developers, happier users

Slides (PDF), Video

17:15

Building successful open-source bioinformatics developer communities (Part 1)

Aidan Budd, Dave Clements, Manuel Corpas, Natasha Wood

Video

11 July

12:05

The perfect fit for reproducible interactive research: Galaxy, Docker, IPython

Video

16:45

BioaRchive: enabling reproducibility of Bioconductor package versions

Slides, Poster. Video

17:15

Building successful open-source bioinformatics developer communities (Part 2)

Aidan Budd, Dave Clements, Manuel Corpas, Natasha Wood

BioVis 2015

BioVis also ran 10-11 July.

Date

Time

Title & Presenter

Links

10 July

18:30

Interactive Visualization of Provenance Graphs for Reproducible Biomedical Research

Stefan Luger

Poster

ISMB/ECCB 2015

ISMB/ECCB 2015 runs from 12-14 July.

Date

Time

Title & Presenter

Links

11 July

13:30

AKES 05: Using Biological Cyberinfrastructure to Scale Science and People – Applications in Data Storage, HPC, Cloud Analysis, and Bioinformatics Training

12 July

15:30

Experience Exchange: Focus on the NGS Course

12 July

17:00

J05: IRIDA: Canada’s federated platform for genomic epidemiology

Damion Dooley

N63: RiboGalaxy: development of a platform for the alignment, analysis and visualization of ribo-seq data

Audrey Michel

Poster

13 July

17:45

F12: EuGene-PP: a next-generation automated annotation pipeline for prokaryotic genomes

Erika Sallet

Poster

G18: Exploiting a large scale biodata management system to support NGS variant detection studies

Gianmauro Cuccuru

Poster

14 July

12:00

TT16: What’s new in the Galaxy (Project)?

Slides

14 July

12:20

TT18: RiboGalaxy: a platform for the alignment, analysis and visualization of ribo-seq data

Audrey Michel

(See poster)