The five days workshop aims to give researchers a basic practical knowledge of commonly used computational tools and databases in High throughput data analysis. Extensive lectures and hands on will be provided by subject experts to teach use of various sequence analysis software, including basic ones and those developed recently and advanced, to perform extensive analysis of high throughput data produced by emerging technologies like Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), proteomics and gene-expression experiments.
The workshop will also include practical modules on basic Linux, sequence analysis tools, sequence analysis packages, annotation tools like Artemis and Artemis Comparison Tools (ACT), sample preparation for proteomics and data analysis. Apart from this, the participants will also be given demos and hands on for commercial packages like Avadis NGS, MacVector and GOLD. The workshop consists of lectures and extensive hands-on sessions on the course content mentioned above in around 45 hours contact time. The mode of instructions will be informal for personal and better attention to each participant. Informal and formal Interactions with domain experts will also be facilitated as an important workshop activity.
A workshop web site has been setup to enable the participants to have access to workshop material any time. A course pen drive will be distributed to each participant to have access to the publicly available tools and linux operating system, when they go back to their respective laboratories.
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