9:30 AM-3:00 PM
Virtual Workshop covering the basics of the UCSC Genome Browser hosted by Dr Robert Kuhn, UCSC Genome Browser Associate Director
The CCMI’s Computational Biology Software Series will cover a range of publicly available databases and analysis tools to help empower your research.
Navigating the UCSC Genome Browser. The UCSC Genome Browser is a graphical interface for viewing genomic annotations of many types in a wide variety of formats. From gene models and RNA-expression profiles to transcription-factor binding sites and histone and DNA modifications, if an experiment produces annotations that can be mapped to the genome, it can be, and probably is, viewed in the Browser. Users can load their own data for visualization to view alongside or intersect with, resident Browser data. The workshop will show how to turn the Browser into a powerful tool for exploration. The course will run over two sessions, from 9:30am-12pm and 1-3pm.
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