Amsterdam Science Park Study Group
LET'S MAKE RESEARCH FASTER, BETTER AND MORE OPEN!
This event is organised by the eScience Center in the mornings of December 6 to December 9, 2021.
Workshop lesson materials: https://esciencecenter-digital-skills.github.io/2021-12-06-dc-socsci-python-nlesc/
This workshop teaches data management and analysis for genomics research including: 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. This workshop is designed to be taught over two full days of instruction. Members from the Amsterdam Science Park Study Group are involved in the organization and as helpers during the workshop.
After attending a workshop that was organized by the Amsterdam Science Park Study Group, Elias Brandorff (Evolutionary Neurogenomics) contacted Marc Galland (Plant Physiology) to discuss
WHAT WE DO
The Amsterdam Science Park Study Group is dedicated to building a community of computational scientists in biology and other disciplines.
This Amsterdam Science Park Study Group promotes skill sharing and collaboration by :
All are welcome regardless of their scientific research area, affiliation or training level.
Please visit the Activities page to learn more about our current projects.
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We use Slack to discuss and ask for help on data and code-related topics.
Click on the button beside, and then you will need to create an account with a username, and log in to read and post.
You can use Slack right from a web browser, or you can download a standalone Slack application to your Mac, Windows, Linux and/or Android/iOS device.
You can control whether you receive notifications on new posts by going to Preferences, as well as decide which ‘channels’ to subscribe to.
A ‘channel’ is a discussion thread, which is used to organize communications into topics. Several channels have been set up for specific topics (R, metagenomics, etc.)
Please visit the dedicated Slack page to learn more, visualize the theme channels and see how you can join the discussion.
All are welcome !
Regardless of scientific research area, affiliation or programming level (absolute beginner to expert)