Previous Training

This half-day workshop will take you through the basic use of Git and GitHub. Git is a free and open source distributed version-control system designed to maintain code, track changes, recover old versions and collaborate with other developers. This course is open to everyone for free, organized…

This two-day workshop (21-22 October 2019) will introduce the basic concepts of comparative and functional -omics data analysis in plants through lectures and practical hands-on sessions. Plant biologists and geneticists with an interest in bioinformatics and data analysis are encouraged to…

This practical aims to familiarize you with the Galaxy user interface & execute a complete analysis of RNA-seq data.

It will teach you how to perform basic tasks such as importing data, running tools, working with histories, creating workflows, and sharing your work. In this tutorial…

In this workshop, we address how to predict features of proteins from their sequence only, using Python scripts to access APIs of web services available online. We will introduce single-sequence based predictions of biophysical characteristics of proteins (e.g. DynaMine for backbone dynamics),…

The goal of this two-days workshop is to initiate wet-lab scientists to reproducible data analysis with R. The “Data organisation in spreadsheets” section will focus on tabular data structure and management. We will then introduce OpenRefine and how it can be used for initial…

The 4 Open Software Recommendations are designed around Open Science values, and provide practical suggestions that contribute to making research software and its source code more discoverable, reusable and transparent. These…

This Data Carpentry Workshop, with a special focus on sequence handling for variant calling using the cloud resources, will introduce you to Genomic concepts and scripting. For those unfamiliar with the concept, Data Carpentry aims…

Software Carpentry aims to help researchers get their work done in less time and with less pain by teaching them basic research computing skills. This hands-on workshop will cover basic concepts and tools, including program design,…

This one-day workshop will introduce you to the Galaxy user interface using NGS data. You will learn how to import data, run tools, work with histories, and create workflows. After this short course, you will be able to perform computational biology analyses through the web.…

Two-day workshop on good development practices that encourage efficient and reproducible research computing. This workshop is aimed at researchers in life -sciences who need to analyse data, even if not full time. The target participant has the need to read and use Python…