Our next training will be a full day “NGS analysis on the Bioinformatic cluster (Marvin)“, taking place in the Irving IT Laboratory (IRV 215) on the 6th of December 2018 from 9am-5pm.
Topics covered will be a general light introduction to Unix, followed by material covering use of Marvin, best practices, and how to submit jobs efficiently and effectively.
If you are a University of St. Andrews post-grad, postdoc or staff member attendance on the course is free and a lunch is included.
Registration for the course can be made at the following link: https://bioinformatics.st-andrews.ac.uk/cluster-course-registration/
The next St Andrews Bioinformatics unit workshop will be on Friday 21st September, from 2pm to 5:00pm in the School of Medicine, Seminar Room 1.
Confirmed speakers and their talk topics include:
- Peter Thorpe, St Andrews Bioinformatics Unit. Genome assemblies of plant pathogens: mining for potential control strategies.
- Joe Ward, St Andrews Bioinformatics Unit.
- Carolina Barata, School of Biology. Modelling Ne to infer evolutionary trajectories from genome-wide time series data
- Nicholas Bradley, School of International Relations. Predictive Analytics of Terrorism in Civil War.
- Helder Ferreira, School of Biology. Uls1 remodels chromatin-bound Topoisomerase II to prevent DNA damage.
Please find registration details here.