Course Materials for 2015

BioC2015

July, Seattle, Washington, USA

This conference highlights current developments within and beyond Bioconductor. Morning scientific talks and afternoon practicals provide conference participants with insights and tools required for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. 'Developer Day' preceeds the main conference on July 20, providing developers and would-be developers an opportunity to gain insights into project direction and software development best practices.

Use R / Bioconductor for Sequence Analysis (Intermediate Course)

April, Seattle, USA

TBA

Use R / Bioconductor for Sequence Analysis

February, San Francisco, USA

This course is directed at intermediate users wanting to make effective use of R and Bioconductor for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput sequence data. The morning provides overall orientation to the packages and facilities available in Bioconductor, including and in-depth look at the central GenomicRanges infrastructure. The afternoon provides approaches to common challenges -- working with large data, placing statistical results in biological context, and effectively and reliably communicating results with other team members. The course combines lectures with extensive hands-on practicals; participants are required to bring a laptop with wireless internet access and a modern version of the Chrome or Safari web browser.

Learning R / Bioconductor for Sequence Analysis

February, San Francisco, USA

This course is directed at beginning and intermediate users who would like an introduction to the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput sequence data using R and Bioconductor. Day 1 focuses on learning essential background: an introduction to the R programming language; central concepts for effective use of Bioconductor software; and an overview of high-throughput sequence analysis work flows. The morning of Day 2 emphasizes use of Bioconductor for specific tasks, and in particular takes detailed look at RNA-seq differential expression work flow. The afternoon of Day 2 transitions to understanding effective approaches for managing larger challenges: strategies for working with large data, writing re-usable functions, developing reproducible reports and work flows, and visualizing results. The course combines lectures with extensive hands-on practicals; participants are required to bring a laptop with wireless internet access and a modern version of the Chrome or Safari web browser.

useR Course in Lyon, France

January, Lyon, France

BioC Europe 2015

January, EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany

TBA

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center