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Tutorial on CARNIVAL

This is a tutorial to guide the analysis of RNAseq dataset using footprint based tools such as DOROTHEA, PROGENY and CARNIVAL

Scientific topics: RNA-Seq, Omics, Gene expression, Molecular interactions, pathways and networks

Operations: RNA-Seq analysis, Network analysis

Keywords: HPC, Signaling, RNAseq, transcriptomics

Resource type: Tutorial

Tutorial on CARNIVAL http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/tutorial-on-carnival This is a tutorial to guide the analysis of RNAseq dataset using footprint based tools such as DOROTHEA, PROGENY and CARNIVAL RNA-Seq Omics Gene expression Molecular interactions, pathways and networks HPC, Signaling, RNAseq, transcriptomics
Introduction to Nextflow workshop

workshop materials (mainly) in DSL2 aiming to get familiar with the Nextflow syntax by explaining basic concepts and building a simple RNAseq pipeline. Highlights also reproducibility aspects with adding containers (docker & singularity). Slides available...

Scientific topics: Workflows

Keywords: Nextflow, DSL2

Resource type: Presentation, course materials

Introduction to Nextflow workshop http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/introduction-to-nextflow-workshop workshop materials (mainly) in DSL2 aiming to get familiar with the Nextflow syntax by explaining basic concepts and building a simple RNAseq pipeline. Highlights also reproducibility aspects with adding containers (docker & singularity). Slides available [here](https://github.com/vibbits/nextflow-jnj/blob/master/presentation/slidedeck.pdf) Workflows Nextflow, DSL2 bioinformaticians
IFB Shiny training

Shiny package training (in french)

Keywords: R-programming, Reproducible Science

IFB Shiny training http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/ifb-shiny-training Shiny package training (in french) Hélène Chiapello Jacques van Helden R-programming, Reproducible Science bioinformaticians statisticians
FAIR principles applied to bioinformatics

Content of the training material: - Introduction to reproducibility - encapsulate a work environment (docker) - design and execute workflows (snakemake) - IFB infrastructure (Slurm cluster) - managing software versions (git) - managing software environments (conda) - ensure...

Keywords: FAIR, Reproducible Science, Open science, Data analysis, Data processing

Resource type: Training materials

FAIR principles applied to bioinformatics http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/fair-principles-applied-to-bioinformatics Content of the training material: - Introduction to reproducibility - encapsulate a work environment (docker) - design and execute workflows (snakemake) - IFB infrastructure (Slurm cluster) - managing software versions (git) - managing software environments (conda) - ensure the traceability of analysis using Notebooks. The training material is in french Hélène Chiapello FAIR, Reproducible Science, Open science, Data analysis, Data processing bioinformaticians software developers, bioinformaticians computational scientists Researchers
bio.tools documentation

Documentation for the [bio.tools](https://bio.tools) Bioinformatics Tools and Services Discovery Portal.

Scientific topics: Ontology and terminology, Computational biology, Data submission, annotation, and curation, Bioinformatics

Operations: Data retrieval

Keywords: Tools, Curation, Software, Sofware curation, Tool curation

Resource type: Documentation, API reference

bio.tools documentation http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/bio-tools-documentation Documentation for the [bio.tools](https://bio.tools) Bioinformatics Tools and Services Discovery Portal. Ontology and terminology Computational biology Data submission, annotation, and curation Bioinformatics Tools, Curation, Software, Sofware curation, Tool curation Researchers Software providers Developers Curators