Hello all,

Dan Blankenberg will be giving two workshops on Galaxy at the University of
Pittsburgh on April 6.  The presentations are open to the public.  See below
for details and please contact Dan, or Carrie Iwema at Pitt, if you have any


Dave C.

Intro to Galaxy

  Dan Blankenberg, PhD
Center for Comparative Genomics & Bioinformatics
Penn State University

 Galaxy allows you to do analyses you cannot do anywhere else without the
need to install or download anything.

You can analyze multiple alignments, compare genomic annotations, profile
metagenomic samples & more...

 Wednesday 6th April

  *10 am – 12 pm    Intro to Galaxy (general interest)
* *

*2 pm - 4 pm    Working w/NGS Data (advanced users)

University of Pittsburgh

 Falk Library

 Conference Room B

You are welcome to bring your laptop.

Carrie L. Iwema, PhD, MLS
Information Specialist in Molecular Biology

Health Sciences Library System
University of Pittsburgh
200 Scaife Hall
3550 Terrace St
Pittsburgh, PA  15261
412-383-6887412-648-8819 (fax)iw...@pitt.eduwww.hsls.pitt.edu/molbio

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