- best practices for organization of bioinformatics projects and data,
- use of command-line utilities,
- use of command-line tools to analyze sequence quality and perform variant calling,
- and connecting to and using cloud computing.
The course takes two full working days and will be organized by the Amsterdam Science Park Study Group in collaboration with the Library and The Carpentries.
No prior experience is required with the tools covered in the course. However, learners are expected to have some familiarity with biological concepts, including the concept of genomic variation within a population.
The Carpentries is a worldwide organization of researchers, programmers and knowledge workers who teach their colleagues data and software skills in a low threshold way.
Maximum number of participants: 20
Enrollment is possible until Monday 15 November, 10 AM.
By enrolling you agree to comply with The Carpentries Code of Conduct.
The course is offered at no cost.
In case more than 20 researchers apply, a selection is made based on background and motivation. No later than 17 November you will receive a message whether your participation is final.