CLC Genomics Workbench is a powerful analysis tool for genomics, transcriptomics, and epigenomics research. HSLS has had an institute-wide access license for CLC Genomics Workbench since 2014; new features of the software are now available in the recently released version 23.02.
Wednesday, March 22, 12-1 p.m.
This webinar will be recorded and shared with registrants.
BioRender is a web-based program that helps you create scientific figures up to 50x faster than traditional tools.
Wednesday, March 29, 1-3 p.m., online
Register for Gene Expression Visualization using PartekFlow and Cytoscape
This workshop is on the visualization of gene expression data using HSLS-licensed Partek Flow software as well as open-access Cytoscape software.
Downloading NCBI Biological Data and Creating Custom Reports Using the Command Line
Calling biological researchers! Would you like to incorporate NCBI command-line clients into your workflows to access and process NCBI molecular data and metadata?
Upon registration, you will receive links to the Zoom sessions, as well as workshop materials (PowerPoint slides, lecture videos, and practice exercises) that you can view on your schedule. During the class, you will learn how to solve exercise problems.
High throughput sequencing has brought abundant sequence data along with a wealth of new “-omics” protocols, and this explosion of data can be as bewildering as it is exciting. The Center for Research Computing’s (CRC) multi-day hands-on workshops give researchers the research, open-sourced tools to plan and execute successful bioinformatics and genomics experiments.
The Center for Research Computing’s (CRC’s) Spring 2023 workshops have added some new features, including a series of foundational Python workshops in preparation for industry-sponsored workshops on data science. CRC’s first workshop will be the twice-yearly CRC Ecosystem On-ramp held Jan.
Users of R and RStudio are invited to bring their questions to this weekly, in-person office hour. Tutoring-style assistance is offered. If we don’t know the answer, we’ll help you look for it! Students, faculty, and staff are all welcome.