GARNET WORKSHOP ON 3D RNA-SEQ ANALYSIS GARNET WORKSHOP ON 3D RNA-SEQ ANALYSIS

31st Jul 2019

Researchers at the James Hutton Institute and the University of Dundee-Plant Sciences have developed the 3D RNA-Seq Analysis Tool for the comprehensive differential expression, alternative splicing analysis and visualisation of RNASeq Data.

https://3drnaseq.hutton.ac.uk/app_direct/3DRNAseq/

This program runs the analysis through a user-friendly graphical interface, can handle complex experimental designs, allows user setting of statistical parameters, visualizes the results through graphics and tables, and generates publication quality figures and customerised analysis reports.

It is designed to be run by biologists with minimal bioinformatics experience (or by bioinformaticians) allowing lab scientists to take control of the analysis of their RNA-seq data.

 

In order to provide training in this new software tool GARNet are hosting a workshop at the University of Leeds that is led by the creators of the 3D App, Wenbin Guo and Runxuan Zhang.

This workshop will take places at the University of Leeds and is hosted by GARNet Committee Member Yoselin Benitez-Alfonso.

Workshop Date: Thursday October 24th 12pm until Friday October 25th 5pm.

Location: Leeds Institute for Data Analytics, University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9JT

Workshop Cost: £30

Number of Delegates: Around 20

Further details on how to apply can be found on the workshop website:

https://garnet3drnaseqworkshop.weebly.com/