GBrowse syn PAG 2010 Workshop
| Comparative Genomics with GBrowse_syn: A hands on workshop for visualizing your comparative genomics data with GBrowse_syn|
January 9-13, 2010
Plant and Animal Genome Conference
San Diego, California, USA
GBrowse_syn is a tool for visualizing comparative genomic data. This workshop will introduce multiple sequence alignment and then demonstrate how to install, configure and use the GBrowse_syn comparative genomics viewer.
The tutorial is aimed at computer-savvy biologists and computer scientists working with multiple sequence alignment data.
The session will include
- Loading data
The course will briefly touch on generating multiple sequence alignment data, but it will not go into detail on different analysis options.
This is not a hands-on workshop. However, after the workshop, links to workshop materials and a VMware system image with GBrowse_syn prerequisite software already installed on it will be linked to from this page. You can use this image to walk through the material presented at this workshop.
You can follow along the installation and configuration steps in the GBrowse_syn_PAG_tutorial.
Other GMOD Presentations and Meetings
GMOD will have a strong presence at PAG 2010, including
- A workshop on GBrowse, a genome viewer that GBrowse_syn is built on.
- A workshop on MAKER, a genome annotation pipeline.
- The Gramene Workshop will include a section on the CMap comparative map viewer.
See PAG 2010 for a more complete list of GMOD-related presentations at PAG XVIII.
Please take a few minutes to to send us feedback on this workshop by filling out this online form.
The online form asks the same questions as the one handed out at the workshop.