Would you like to learn how to analyze, explore, and visualize your own and published genome-wide ChIP-seq data?
Then you might be interested in the upcoming workshop ‘ChIP-seq data analysis and visualization for life scientists’, introducing the software environment EaSeq (http://easeq.net/).
EaSeq was recently published and is free of costs, runs on a typical PC, and enables analysis through a graphical user interface. So no need for programming skills or expensive equipment – only basic biological and genomic understanding.
It combines the interactive locus-based exploration found in genome browsers with a comprehensive toolset for genome-wide abstraction and visualization of single read seq data, in particular ChIP-seq data. You can therefore interact with plots and shift back and forth between genome-wide and locus-based abstraction during your analyses to ensure that the underlying loci in a population fits a genome-wide interpretation.
Please sign up before April 6, and feel free to share this with colleagues.New features for beta testing New tutorial videos