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Contributors: Janick Mathys  or Stian Soiland-Reyes 


Introduction to Workflows with Common Workflow Language

Introduction to workflow thinking for novices, using the Common Workflow Language

Scientific topics: Workflows

Operations: RNA-Seq analysis

Keywords: cwl, commonwl, sciworkflows, workflows

Resource type: Carpentries style curriculum

Introduction to Workflows with Common Workflow Language http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/introduction-to-workflows-with-common-workflow-language Introduction to workflow thinking for novices, using the Common Workflow Language Stian Soiland-Reyes Toby Hodges Sehrish Kanwal Pedro L Fernandes Workflows cwl, commonwl, sciworkflows, workflows esearchers and research software engineers who would like to begin automating their analyses in workflows.
BioExcel Building Blocks (BioBB) Training Material

BioExcel Building Blocks (BioBB) is a software library for interoperable biomolecular simulation workflows, built within the BioExcel CoE project, and developed following best practices on software development aligned with ELIXIR.

Keywords: molecular dynamics, Docking, Modeling, life sciences

Resource type: Jupyter notebook

BioExcel Building Blocks (BioBB) Training Material http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/bioexcel-building-blocks-biobb-training-material BioExcel Building Blocks (BioBB) is a software library for interoperable biomolecular simulation workflows, built within the BioExcel CoE project, and developed following best practices on software development aligned with ELIXIR. Josep Lluís Gelpí Stian Soiland-Reyes molecular dynamics, Docking, Modeling, life sciences PhD students computational scientists Computational biologists
Introduction to Protein Structure Analysis

This training session will provide the basics of protein structure determination and how this information is stored in databases. We will explore and search in online databases containing protein structure information. With the aid of the Yasara View program we will visualize the structure....

Operations: Visualisation

Keywords: Protein structure visualisation

Resource type: e-learning

Introduction to Protein Structure Analysis http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/introduction-to-protein-structure-analysis This training session will provide the basics of protein structure determination and how this information is stored in databases. We will explore and search in online databases containing protein structure information. With the aid of the Yasara View program we will visualize the structure. Different hands-on exercises will allow you to compare the structure of homologues, to predict a structural model of proteins (without any structure information) and to find homologous structures. We will use online tools to quantify various interactions in the structures. ## Objectives * Get to know the data generated from protein structure determination experiments (high-resolution NMR spectroscopy, X-ray crystallography, electron microscopy, ...) and where to get it. * Display protein structure data and compare structures, through the use of Yasara. * Create high-quality graphical representations of the structures. * Calculate the effect of mutations on the stability of your protein. Janick Mathys Protein structure visualisation Life Science Researchers
Bioinformatics Summer School 2019

This one-week intensive summer school in bioinformatics will focus on data analysis and high throughput biology, with a special focus on R/Bioconductor and its application to a wide range of topics across bioinformatics and computational biology. The course is intended for researchers who are...

Scientific topics: Statistics and probability, Omics, RNA-Seq, Proteomics

Operations: Data handling

Bioinformatics Summer School 2019 http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/bioinformatics-summer-school-2019 This one-week intensive summer school in bioinformatics will focus on data analysis and high throughput biology, with a special focus on R/Bioconductor and its application to a wide range of topics across bioinformatics and computational biology. The course is intended for researchers who are familiar with omics experimental technologies and their applications in biology, have had some exposure with R, and who want to learn or expand their bioinformatics skills. Martin Morgan Laurent Gatto Janick Mathys Lieven Clement Charlotte Soneson Koen Van den Berge Oliver Crook Statistics and probability Omics RNA-Seq Proteomics PhD students