Question: BioC 2013, July 17 (Developer Day) 18-19: 'Early' registration deadline July 1
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Bioconductors, We're looking forward to an exciting conference. The 'early' registration deadline is July 1. http://bioconductor.org/bioc2013 Be sure to share the attached poster with colleagues! Morning Scientific Presentations Olivier Elemento Cancer as a Darwinian process: insights from next- generation sequencing ? Levi Waldron Meta-analysis for prognostic and predictive gene signatures of late-stage ovarian cancer ? Fabian Gruber Extensive variation in chromatin states across human individuals and populations ? Josh Akey Tales of human history from 6,500 exome sequences ? Kasper Hansen A genome-wide look at DNA methylation ? New this year, short presentations from the Bioconductor community: Gregoire Pau; Laurent Gatto; Rory Stark; Matthew McCall; Tim Triche; Alejandro Reyes. Afternoon Bioconductor Software Workshops (tentative) R / Bioconductor for everyone ? Analysis of RNA-Seq differential gene expression and exon use with the DESeq2 and DEXSeq ? From reads to genes in less than 10 R commands ? Efficient manipulation of high-throughput sequence data in Bioconductor ? A pipeline that parallelizes R scripts improves DNA sequence alignment and analysis ? ReportingTools: an automated result processing toolkit for high throughput genomic analyses ? Interactive visualization in Bioconductor using Epivizr ? Reproducible research using RStudio, knitr and git ? Developing apps with BaseSpaceR ? Variant Calling with Bioconductor ? Variant-transcription factor-phenotype networks ? Discovering gene regulatory mutations ? minfi and shinyMethyl: winning packages for methylation analysis ? A Bioconductor pipeline for ChIP-Seq experiments ? Differential analysis of ChIP-seq data ? Cheminformatics of drug-like small molecule data ? Accessing public data repositories with Bioconductor ? Annotations in Bioconductor ? RGalaxy / AnnotationHub See you in Seattle! Martin -- Dr. Martin Morgan, PhD Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center 1100 Fairview Ave. N. PO Box 19024 Seattle, WA 98109 -------------- next part -------------- A non-text attachment was scrubbed... Name: BioC2013_flyer_2.pdf Type: application/pdf Size: 188112 bytes Desc: not available URL: <https: stat.ethz.ch="" pipermail="" bioconductor="" attachments="" 20130630="" 9fcd645b="" attachment.pdf="">
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