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Tripal Database Network and Initiatives

Tripal is a toolkit for construction of online genome research community databases (http://tripal.info), and is currently in use by a variety of plant and animal genome databases. It uses the GMOD Chado database schema, and Drupal, a popular content management system (CMS). It is currently suited for display of genomic, genetic and breeding data, although it supports integration with all of Chado. It is designed to reduce costs associated with development of online biological databases to allow a single group with no computer programming expertise to publish biological data online in a browseable format. It also supports larger communities with programming expertise through an Application Programming Interface (API) and editable data templates to allow for site-specific customizations. These customizations can be shared with other Tripal users, particularly in the form of extension modules, which can be added to any site. This workshop provides an introduction to Tripal, usage examples, information about planned developments, and talks from community database developers.
Date: Sunday, January 10, 2016
Time: 4:00 PM-6:10 PM
Room: California
Organizers:
Lacey-Anne Sanderson and Margaret Staton
4:00 PM
Tripal v2: An Overview
Lacey-Anne Sanderson, University of Saskatchewan; Stephen P. Ficklin, Washington State University; Dorrie Main, Washington State University; Kirstin Bett, University of Saskatchewan

4:20 PM
The Future of Tripal: intuitive content creation, flexible data storage and web services
Stephen P. Ficklin, Washington State University; Lacey-Anne Sanderson, University of Saskatchewan; Chun-Huai Cheng, Washington State University; Connor Wytko, Washington State University; Brian Soto, Washington State University; Mark Clytus, Washington State University; Kirstin Bett, University of Saskatchewan; Dorrie Main, Washington State University

4:45 PM
Overview of NRSP and Planned Tripal development
Dorrie Main, Washington State University

4:50 PM
Extending Tripal to Manage Banana Genetic Resource Information
Valentin Guignon, Bioversity International; Alexis Andrieu, Bioversity International; Stephen P. Ficklin, Washington State University; Max Ruas, Bioversity International; Nicolas Roux, Bioversity International; Mathieu Rouard, Bioversity International

5:05 PM
Efforts by the Hardwood Genomics Database team to extend Tripal functionality
Nate Henry, University of Tennessee; Ming Chen, University of Tennessee; Margaret Staton, University of Tennessee

5:20 PM
TripalBIMS: the Breeding Information Management System in Tripal
Sook Jung, Washington State University; Taein Lee, Washington State University; Chun-Huai Cheng, Washington State University; Jing Yu, Washington State University; Ksenija Gasic, Clemson University; B. Todd Campbell, USDA-ARS; Katherine M. Evans, Washington State University; Cameron Peace, Washington State University; Dorrie Main, Washington State University

5:35 PM
CAMbase: a Resource for CAM Plant Genomics
Robert Clifford Moseley, University of Tennessee-Knoxville; Xiaohan Yang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Gerald A. Tuskan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

5:50 PM
TreeGenes: Enabling Visualization and Analysis in Forest Tree Genomics
Emily Grau, University of Connecticut; Steven A Demurjian Jr, University of Connecticut; Hans Vasquez-Gross, University of California Davis; Damian Gessler, University of Arizona; Margaret Staton, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Sook Jung, Washington State University; Alex Feltus, Genetics & Biochemistry, Clemson University; Dorrie Main, Washington State University; Stephen P. Ficklin, Washington State University; David Neale, Dept. Plant Sciences University of California Davis; Jill Wegrzyn, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut

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