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Date Time Session
Friday
August 24
8:30am Introduction and Overview
Scott Cain and Dave Clements
Participant and instructor introductions, how the GMOD project works, what software tools are available in GMOD, how they interoperate, what resources are needed to get a GMOD installation up and running, and course overview
10:40am VMware Setup
Everyone
Get the GMOD course VMware image up and running on your laptop.
11:45pm Lunch
Catered, at NESCent
1:00pm GFF3 and SOBA
Scott Cain and Barry Moore
GFF3 is the standard genome annotation format used by GMOD's genomic tools and many others. SOBA is a GFF3 analysis package.
2:45pm JBrowse
Mitch Skinner
JBrowse installation, configuration and administration; converting GFF3 to JSON and loading it into JBrowse.
4:00pm Reception
Get to know your fellow course participants and NESCent researchers. That, and, free beer.
5:00pm JBrowse II
Mitch Skinner
6:00pm Dinner
on your own, on nearby Ninth Street
7:30pm GFF3, SOBA and JBrowse Work Session
Your chance to ask more detailed questions and apply what you learned in today's sessions to your own data. The instructors for the day will be available.
9:00pm Day ends
Wednesday
March 9
8:30am MAKER
Barry Moore
MAKER overview, installation, basic configuration for annotating genomic sequence, re-annotation options, and improving annotation quality; Advanced MAKER configuration, re-annotation options, and improving annotation quality
12:30pm Lunch
on your own, on nearby Ninth Street
1:45pm Chado
Scott Cain
6:00pm Dinner
on your own, on nearby Ninth Street
7:30pm MAKER and Chado Work Session
Your chance to ask more detailed questions and apply what you learned in today's sessions to your own data. The instructors for the day will be available.
9:00pm Day ends
Thursday
March 10
8:30am Tripal
Stephen Ficklin
Tripal is a web front end to Chado databases built on Drupal. This class will introduce Drupal and Tripal architecture, and then cover Tripal installation, configuration and administration.
12:30pm Lunch
on your own, on nearby Ninth Street
1:45pm InterMine
Alex Kalderimis
InterMine installation and configuration.
6:00pm Dinner
on your own, on nearby Ninth Street
7:30pm Tripal and InterMine Work Session
Your chance to ask more detailed questions and apply what you learned in today's sessions to your own data. The instructors for the day will be available.
9:00pm Day ends
Friday
March 11
8:30am GBrowse
Scott Cain
12:30pm Lunch
on your own, on nearby Ninth Street
1:45pm Apollo
Ed Lee
Overview, basic installation, basic configuration, reading/writing data, and remote analyses. Custom installation (building Apollo from source), advanced configuration, and setting up customized Java Web Start instance.
3:45pm Locopops Break
4:15pm Apollo II
Ed Lee
6:00pm Dinner
on your own, on nearby Ninth Street
7:30pm GBrowse and Apollo Work Session
Your chance to ask more detailed questions and apply what you learned in today's sessions to your own data. The instructors for the day will be available.
9:00pm Day ends
Saturday
March 12
8:30am GBrowse_syn
Sheldon McKay
12:30pm Lunch
on your own, on nearby Ninth Street
1:45pm Galaxy
Dave Clements
Introduction; Installation and configuration of Galaxy; Defining your own tools; ...
5:45pm Resources and Wrapup
Scott Cain
6:30 Spring Training Ends
7:00 pm Closing Dinner