18-20 November 2020
University of Vienna, Max Perutz Labs
This course is an introduction to the bioinformatic analysis of large epigenomic data sets obtained using Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies, with a focus on ChIP-seq, RNA-seq and chromatin accessibility (DNase-seq & ATAC-seq). After a targeted introduction to scripting in bash and R (Tidyverse & Bioconductor), the course briefly covers the theoretical foundations of the most widely adopted algorithms and analysis pipelines, followed by hands-on tutorials using publicly available NGS data sets.
The course is aimed at researchers moving the first steps in epigenomic data analysis and / or interested in learning more about this subject. The course offers a mixture of lectures and hands-on practical tutorials using widely used tools and R/BioConductor packages. Previous knowledge of genomics data formats from Illumina sequencers, exposure to bioinformatics and basic computer programming knowledge are all beneficial but not a necessary prerequisite.
Day 1 (Wed) - Introduction to R/Tidyverse/BioConductor/Bash; Introduction to the datasets used in the course
Day 2 (Thu) - ChIP-seq & chromatin accessibility, theory and practice
Day 3 (Fri) - RNA-seq, theory and practice; Introduction to integrative analyses
Max Perutz Labs members
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