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  • Introduction to Research Data Management

    28 - 30 June 2022

    Esch-sur-Alzette

    Elixir node event
    Introduction to Research Data Management http://tess.elixir-uk.org/events/introduction-to-research-data-management-getting-started-with-data-management-and-data-stewardship This introductory course is aimed at starting PhD candidates, researchers and data stewards in the biomedical sciences who wish to acquire fundamental skills on data management. In addition to lectures, our workshop includes several hands-on practicals, all following one example research data management scenario. The course touches upon all stages of data research lifecycle with emphasis on data management planning, data protection and GDPR compliance, research analyses and reproducibility, FAIR principles and data publication. Please register via ELIXIR Luxembourg website: https://elixir-luxembourg.org/events/2022_06_27_research_data_management 2022-06-28 12:45:00 UTC 2022-06-30 12:15:00 UTC Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine Belval Campus, Luxembourg (more detailed information on the venue will be send to registered participants before the workshop), Esch-sur-Alzette Belval Campus, Luxembourg (more detailed information on the venue will be send to registered participants before the workshop) Esch-sur-Alzette Luxembourg 4370 Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine vilem.ded@uni.lu [] PhD students workshops_and_courses first_come_first_served Data ProtectionReproducibilityDatastewardshipData management plandata publication
  • Modular, reproducible bioinformatics workflows with the targets R package

    30 June 2022

    Modular, reproducible bioinformatics workflows with the targets R package http://tess.elixir-uk.org/events/modular-reproducible-bioinformatics-workflows-with-the-targets-r-package Modern bioinformatics pipelines can be incredibly complex, but all tend to follow a common pattern: they start with raw data, then pass the data through various programs until arriving at a final result. If this is done in an ad-hoc, unorganized fashion, the results may never be reproducible or even worse, unreliable and/or wrong. Pipeline management software is therefore essential to obtain results that are robust and reproducible. The targets R package is a recently developed workflow manager that comes with many excellent features for bioinformatics, including data caching, pipeline-level parallelization, and HPC support. **In this hands-on workshop, I will demonstrate how targets can be used in concert with other tools like docker and conda to orchestrate modular, reproducible bioinformatics pipelines. The workshop will feature variant-calling as an example, but the concepts and tools can be applied to nearly any analysis.** **Pre-requisites:** Basic familiarity with R. Installations of recent versions of R, conda, and docker. **Duration:** 2 hours 2022-06-30 07:30:00 UTC 2022-06-30 09:30:00 UTC International Society for Computational Biology Workflows [] Batool Almarzouq (batool@liverpool.ac.uk) [] This workshop is aimed at researchers who are either generating or integrating molecular interaction data in their research. This could be protein-protein interaction as well as protein-RNA 30 workshops_and_courses [] Variant-callingworkflowsR/BioconductorbioinformaticsReproducibilityReproducibleResearch

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