Hello all,

There are (at least) three Galaxy related
events<http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Events>going on next month that you
may want to consider attending. See the
Events <http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Events> page for a full listing of
upcoming events. If you have a Galaxy related event please send it to
outre...@galaxyproject.org and we will help you get the word out.


Date

Topic/Event

Venue/Location

Comments

Contact

October 9-12

*Exploit your Data: Galaxy and the GMOD Tool
Suite<http://www.amata.org.au/index.php/2011-conference/workshops>
*

AMATA 2011 <http://www.amata.org.au/index.php/2011-conference>, Canberra,
Australia

This workshop will cover both Galaxy and provide an overview of the
GMOD<http://gmod.org/wiki/>tool suite. Many thanks to CSIRO and AMATA
for sponsoring this workshop

Dave Clements <http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/DaveClements>

October 12-14

*October 2011 GMOD Meeting and Galaxy
Workshop<http://gmod.org/wiki/October_2011_GMOD_Meeting>
*

Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR), Toronto, Canada

Dan will give a Galaxy update at the meeting, and then lead a satellite
workshop on Galaxy the day following the meeting. (Or, if you already know
all about Galaxy you could attend workshops on
BioMart<http://gmod.org/wiki/BioMart>and
InterMine <http://gmod.org/wiki/InterMine>, two data sources for
Galaxy.) Register
now <http://gmod.org/wiki/October_2011_GMOD_Meeting> as the meeting and
associated workshop have limited space.

Dan Blankenberg

October 23-24

*The Galaxy Track Browser: Transforming the Genome Browser from
Visualization Tool to Analysis
Tool<http://www.biovis.net/papers_abstracts/papers/111.html>
*

BioVis 2011 <http://www.biovis.net/>, Providence, Rhode Island, United
States

Learn about Trackster and other biological visualization. This is part
of VisWeek
2011 <http://visweek.org/>.

Jeremy Goecks

Thanks,

Dave Clements <http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/DaveClements>



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