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Organizers

Jason Williams

Trainers

Mike S., Josh S., Jason Williams

Date

December 4th, 2013

Location

Hershey West Conference Room
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
1 Bungtown Rd., Cold Spring Harbor, NY

Watching this event online

You can view this on Adobe Connect:

http://cshl.adobeconnect.com/pgbmeeting/

or

LiveStream (no registration required): 

https://new.livestream.com/cshl-dnalc/cshl-tsw

Please Remember to Bring

  • Wi-Fi enabled laptop and power supply:
  1. Please have JAVA installed and enabled (help)
  2. Please have an up-to-date web browser (Recommended Firefox or Safari )
  3. Please downloadVNC Viewer (For windows, if you are unsure of which version to download, select the 32bit.exe file)

Workshop Notes

Here are a few important links that you may wish to refer to during and after the workshop:

Account/Password Problems

iPlant Help and Discussion Forums

General iPlant Support Issues

iPlant Privacy (And other) policies - "Your Data is Your Data"

Workshop Handout

Workshop Program

Workshop Program (Wednesday December 4th)

Time

Description

Slides

Links

Presenter

12:00 PM

Boxed-Lunch / Sign-in / Verify iPlant Accounts/ Welcome

 

Pre-Survey

Jason

12:15 PM

Welcome - Presenter/Participant Self-Introductions/ Overview of iPlant Discovery Environment

 

Slides

Jason

12:30 PM

Whole Genome Assembly with iPlant

 

Slides

Mike

02:00PM

Coffee Break

 

 

 

02:15 PM

Atmosphere Cloud Computing Environment

slides

 

Josh

02:45 PM

Genome Annotation with MAKER

slides

Tutorial

Josh

04:00 PM

RNA-Seq in the iPlant Discovery Environment

slides

Tutorial

Jason

04:30 PM

Peer Resources: KBASE and Gramene

 

Marcela/Doreen

05:00 PM

Workshop summary and conclusion


Post Survey

Jason

Attendee List (max: 25)

Name

Research Area

E-mail

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Who Should Attend?

Any investigator (PIs, post-docs, grad students, industry users) who is or will be working with large datasets and computation-intensive research questions in the life-sciences (plants and animals!).  Space is limited; register at:

What Should I Bring?

This workshop is hands-on so please bring a Wi-fi enabled laptop. Lunch and breaks will be provided.

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