9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Hosted by Michael Reich, Assistant Director of Bioinformatics, UC San Diego;
with presentations from John Liefeld and Edwin Francisco Juarez Rosales, UC San Diego.
The ongoing explosion of genomic data and analysis tools has led to an urgent need for an environment that allows researchers to encapsulate the entirety of a research narrative – text, images, multimedia, executable code – within a single document.
GenePattern Notebook, www.genepattern-notebook.org, is an environment that integrates the popular Jupyter Notebook system with the GenePattern platform for integrative genomics, allowing researchers to create, collaborate on, and disseminate inception-to-publication research narratives including sophisticated machine learning methods, without the need to write code.
The online GenePattern Notebook workspace provides built-in access to high-performance compute resources and cloud-based data storage to support compute-intensive analyses. This hands-on workshop will teach participants how to use GenePattern Notebook to design, perform, and disseminate their bioinformatics research, workflows, and results.
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