GMOD is a collection of interopable open source software components for visualizing, annotating, and managing biological data. This workshop introduces several GMOD components that are particularly useful with genomic data: MAKER, a genome anotation pipeline; Galaxy, a genome analysis workflow and publishing; JBrowse, a next generation genome viewer; and Tripal, a web database construction toolkit. The goal of these sessions is to give attendees an idea of how to use GMOD tools to manage, analyze, and visualize their data. Sessions are aimed at biologists who have or soon will have genomic data. All sessions are Beginner to Intermediate. No prior knowledge of the tools is required. None of the sessions are hands-on.
Date: Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Time: 10:30 AM-5:00 PM
Room: Golden West
Scott Cain and Robert Buels
10:30 AM
GMOD in the Cloud
Scott Cain, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

11:10 AM
URGI Plant and Fungi Platform: Distributed Resources through GMOD Tools
Joelle Amselem, INRA - URGI; Michael Alaux, INRA - URGI; Nathalie Choisne, INRA - URGI; Olivier Inizan, INRA - URGI; Nicolas Lapalu, INRA - URGI; Nacer Mohellibi, INRA - URGI; Françoise Alfama, INRA - URGI; Aminah Keliet, INRA - URGI; Erik Kimmel, INRA - URGI; Jonathan Kreplak, INRA - URGI; Claire Viseux, INRA - URGI; Mikael Loaec, INRA - URGI; Cyril Pommier, INRA - URGI; Matthias Zytnicki, INRA - MIA; Delphine Steinbach, INRA - URGI; Marc-Henri Lebrun, INRA - UMR BIOGER; Hadi Quesneville, INRA - URGI

11:50 AM
12:30 PM
JBrowse: A Next-Generation Genome Browser
Robert Buels, University of California, Berkeley

1:10 PM
Carson Holt, University of Utah

1:50 PM
WebApollo: A Web-based Sequence Annotation Editor for Distributed Community Annotation
Robert Buels, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research; Ed Lee, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

2:30 PM
Lacey-Anne Sanderson, University of Saskatchewan; Stephen P. Ficklin, Washington State University

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