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GMOD

GMOD is a collection of interoperable open source software components for visualizing, annotating, and managing biological data. GMOD software has been used by hundreds of organizations around the world to make their data available to their communities.
Date: Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Time: 10:30 AM-2:30 PM
Room: Golden West
Organizer:
Scott Cain
10:30 AM
Introduction to GMOD
Scott Cain, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

10:35 AM
Apollo: Newest Features in Collaborative Genome Curation
Monica C. Munoz-Torres, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Nathan A Dunn, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Deepak Unni, Division of Animal Sciences, University of Missouri; Colin Diesh, Division of Animal Sciences, University of Missouri; Christine G. Elsik, Division of Animal Sciences, University of Missouri; Ian Holmes, Department of Bioengineering; Suzanna Lewis, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

11:25 AM
Galaxy Community Update
Dave Clements, Johns Hopkins University

11:50 AM
GMOD and Chado: Present and Future
Scott Cain, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

12:15 PM
Break


1:30 PM
GMOD Community Roundtable
Scott Cain, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

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