Bioconductor Developer Meeting Europe

Heidelberg, Germany

2010-11-17 ~ 2010-11-18

Participants

Description

This meeting was aimed at Bioconductor contributors and at users who want to become package developers. The goal of the meeting was exchange of technical experiences and new developments, and the coordination of related efforts.

Talks

Bioconductor News

Martin Morgan - New Developments in Bioconductor

Vince Carey - Selected developments in microarray processing and general annotation

Visualization

Michael Lawrence - Qt and R

Wolfgang Huber - Interactive reports with DHTML, SVG, Javascript

Gregoire Pau - Exploration of high-throughput image-based assays with imageHTS

Sequencing

Simon Anders - DESeq for Alternative Splicing

Michal Okoniewski and Anna Lesniewska - Lightweight RNAseq analysis with BioConductor

Oscar Reina Garcia - High-Throughput Sequencing data analysis with R and Bioconductor

Genotyping

Ingo Ruczinski - Genotype and DNA copy number estimation (SNPchip, VanillaICE)

David Clayton - Developments snpMatrix

Statistics

Robert Castelo - Network inference with 'qpgraph': recent developments and future challenges

Jesper Ryge - Circular statistics for eletrophysiology recordings

Maarten van Iterson - SSPA - Pilot data based sensitivity analysis for high-dimensional data

Reproducible Research in Practice

Vince Carey - Experimental data packages

Proteomics and metabolomics

Laurent Gatto - Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics/Metabolomics using R and Bioconductor

Laurent Gatto - Labelled quantitative proteomics with MSnbase

Laurent Gatto - Sub-cellular localisation of proteins with pRoloc

Florian Breitwieser - Mass spectrometry Proteomics and MIAPE

Yue Fan - digeR: a graphical user interface R package for analyzing 2D-DIGE (gel) data

Arrays

Wolfgang Raffelsberger - gxTools: Automating Transcriptome Analysis

Julian Gehring - Identifying Loci of Enhanced Significance in Tiling Microarray Data

Leonardo Collado-Torres - Transcription initiation mapping and transcription unit identification in E. coli

GSEA

Daniela Beisser - BioNet - Routines for the functional analysis of biological networks

Imaging

Xian Zhang - Phenotypic dissimilarity analysis for high-content screening

Scalability and Performance

Martin Morgan - Efficient R Programming/Parallelization

Other Talks

Martin Morgan - Reference Classes in R

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center