Upcoming workshop on October/November 2019 (two days, 9:00-16:00 – dates are not settled yet)
This two-day workshop is aimed at beginners and will provide background and hands-on analysis of example data. We will use EaSeq (http://easeq.net) and focus on ChIP-seq for practical reasons, but much of the content can be applied to other types of –seq data.
The background part will introduce elemental data processing and common tools for this, visualization types (heatmaps, tracks, 2D-histograms), and frequently used tools for analysis (e.g. peak-calling, clustering, colocalization). You will learn to use EaSeq’s interface to import, plot, explore, and export data, and get familiar with several inbuilt tools.
The practical part start with the basics, such as peak-calling, annotation, plotting, and interactive genome browsing, and move on to more demanding tasks, such as signal quantitation and clustering. If time allows, we will also cover normalization, controls, and integration of gene expression data, and discus good practice when designing experiments and analyses.
For those who are interested, we will have a flexible follow-up session on the second day to discuss your plans and possibly help you get started with your own data.
The workshop is free of charge, but has limited capacity. Seats will be prioritized to those with the most urgent need, and a later workshop will be announced if needed be.
If you would like to be notified about this workshop when the dates are settled (or later workshops if needed be), then you can
Requirements: A laptop or workstation + monitor capable of running EaSeq: See requirements, installation, and get files here.
The Panum Building (map here)
University of Copenhagen
DK-2200 Copenhagen N, Denmark
October or November 2019 (Two days of unknow date from 9:00 to 16:00)