September 15, 2017, 5:00 pm
9052 Ghent, Belgium
using PLAZA to get more out of your plant omics data
This two-day workshop (14-15 September 2017) will introduce the basic concepts of comparative and functional -omics data analysis in plants through lectures and practical hands-on sessions. Both plant biologists and geneticists with an interest in bioinformatics, data analysis, and comparative & regulatory genomics should attend this training. After this workshop, you will have a good understanding of the organization and evolution of plant gene families and know how to extract relevant biological information from -omics gene sets.
Prerequisites: basic knowledge of genes, genomes, transcript profiling, BLAST, homology, Gene Ontology (no programming skills are required).
- Introduction plant comparative genomics (genes, gene families, synteny analysis) + introduction PLAZA platform
- Functional characterization of plant genes (Families, GO, InterPro)
- Gene set analysis for different plant -omics data sets:
- functional interpretation of RNA-Seq and ChIP-Seq genes using the PLAZA Workbench
- co-expression and Transcription Factor analysis
Organised by ELIXIR Belgium and the VIB Bioinformatics Core.
Photo's (via ELIXIR Belgium's Flickr page)