We’re opening registration for two courses we are running at the end of April 2017 aimed at postgraduates and postdocs. The first one is a half-day introduction to Unix on the morning of the Thurs 20th April, and 8 days later a full day introduction to RNA-Seq data analysis on the 28th April which is funded by CAPOD. Both will be held in the Swallowgate classroom.
The RNA-Seq introduction requires familiarity with the Unix command-line and if needed, this can be acquired by also attending the Introduction to Unix course. Both courses are free of charge to postgraduates and staff of the University of St Andrews. Programmes and registration forms are linked below:
1) Introduction to Unix for Next Generation Sequencing
Course: Introduction to Unix for Next Generation Sequencing
2) Introduction to RNA-Seq Data Analysis:
Introduction to RNA-Seq Data Analysis
The St Andrews Bioinformatics Unit (StABU) will hold its next workshop in the afternoon of Wednesday 22nd March 2017 at the School of Medicine at North Haugh. Further details and the registration form can be found at this link.
We have now opened registration for the “Introduction to Unix for Bioinformatics and Genomic Analysis” course we mentioned last month. If you are a University of St Andrews postgraduate, you may apply at this link where the course description may also be found.
The St Andrews Bioinformatics Unit (StABU) will hold its next workshop in the afternoon of Friday 2nd September 2016 at the School of Medicine at North Haugh. Further details and the registration form can be found this link
If you have experience of NGS data analysis and are comfortable with command-line Linux utilities, we are interested in hearing from you for the following post. Please see: