This session we will discuss the most common file formats used in bioinformatics, some resources for accessing public datasets (like the SRA), and a few other helpful bioinformatics QC tools
This session will address how you can use Bioflows to manage your analysis pipelines. Bioflows will automate job scheduling, impose a standardized organization to your files and folders, and write useful log files for debugging.
The last formal session of the day is devoted to annotation resources and downstream analyses of NGS data using R and Bioconductor. We will cover different annotation file formats, public resources for annotation data, and leveraging those resources for downstream analyses in R.
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We will devote the last hour of the day for your bioinformatics on Oscar questions.