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Biological data analysis using InterMine

When Oct 27, 2017
from 09:30 AM to 01:30 PM
Where Bioinformatics Training Room, Craik Marshall
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InterMine is a freely available data integration and analysis system that has been used to create a suite of databases for the analysis of large and complex biological data sets. Analysis platforms are available for many organisms including mouse, rat, budding yeast, plants, nematodes, fly, zebrafish and more recently human.

The InterMine web interface offers sophisticated query and visualisation tools, as well as comprehensive web services for bioinformaticians. Genomic and proteomic data within InterMine databases includes pathways, gene expression, interactions, sequence variants, GWAS, regulatory data and protein expression.

Please note that if you are not eligible for a University of Cambridge Raven account you will need to Book or register Interest by linking here.

Those interested in the course are encouraged to contact Rachel Lyne, who will be giving the training, to give details of the languages they use for bioinformatics / computational biology so the course can be tailored to participants' needs -

The course is aimed at bench biologists and bioinformaticians who need to analyse their own data against large biological datasets, or who need to search against several biological datasets to gain knowledge of a gene/gene set, biological process or function. The exercises will mainly use the fly, human and mouse databases, but the course is applicable to anyone working with data for which an InterMine database is available. See www.intermine.org for a comprehensive list of InterMine databases. Graduate students, Postdocs and Staff members from the University of Cambridge, Affiliated Institutions and other external Institutions or individuals may also attend.
Further details regarding eligibility criteria are available here

For further details on content please see:

https://training.csx.cam.ac.uk/bioinformatics/event/2214502