2016 Galaxy Community Conference Training Topic Ballot
The 2016 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2016) Training topics are determined, by you, the Galaxy Community. Please take a few minutes to indicate your top choices for what topics you would like to see covered during GCC2016 Training.
for descriptions of the nominated topics. Voting closes on November 6.
There will be two full-days of training at GCC2016. Both days will feature 5 tracks with 3 sessions each, for a total of 30 sessions.
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PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS THE BALLOT FOR GCC2016.
IT SHOWS WHAT TOPICS WERE NOMINATED IN 2016.
TO NOMINATE A TOPIC FOR GCCBOSC2018, PLEASE USE THIS FORM: http://bit.ly/gccbosc2018-tr-nom
Which topics would you be interested in attending?
Please vote for the topics you would most like to see held at GCC2016 Training. You can vote for as many or as few topics as you want. Fewer votes means each vote will count for more, and more votes means each vote count for less.
Topics that are aimed at all participants
Introduction to Galaxy -
Beyond the Intro: Further adventures in using Galaxy -
Get your own Galaxy within minutes -
Galactically Speaking: Best Practices and Resources for Galaxy Training -
Topics about using Galaxy to perform analysis. No programming experience will be required.
Raisins and Rabbit Turds: NGS Quality Control with Galaxy -
RADseq Data Analysis Through STACKS on Galaxy -
Visualization of Omics Datasets in Galaxy -
Small Genomes de novo Assembly and Scaffolding -
Small Genome Annotation -
Human Variant Calling with Galaxy -
Using Galaxy for Interactive Analysis of Heterogeneous Tumor Samples -
RNA-seq analysis with Galaxy, using advanced workflows -
Using Galaxy for proteomic and integrative multi-omic data analysis -
Using GSuite Tools for epigenomewide statistical analysis -
BioinforMagic: Marrying Galaxy and Bioconductor -
Phylogeny, Species identification (16S and 18S metagenomics tools) and Viral detection tools -
Antibiotics resistance predictions, Virulence genes, Insertion sequences, Phages and Plasmid profiling -
ChIPseq analysis using deepTools and MACS -
Metagenomics with Galaxy -
Deploying, Administering, and Wrapping Tools for Galaxy
Topics about how to deploy and maintain a Galaxy instance, define tools, and/or extend Galaxy. These topics may require some programming and/or sys admin experience.
Scripting Galaxy using the API and BioBlend -
The Galaxy Database Schema -
Setting up a Galaxy instance as a service -
Galaxy on the Cloud: build it -
How to use Galaxy Ansible Playbooks -
Galaxy Architecture -
Dynamic prototyping of tools with Galaxy ProTo -
Writing and Publishing Galaxy Tools -
Advanced Topics in Galaxy Tool Development -
Introduction to Galaxy Interactive Environments -
Advanced Topics in Galaxy Interactive Environments -
The Galaxy Docker Project -
Contributing Code to the Galaxy Project -
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