Introduction to NGS Data

This is a full day workshop introducing you to the basic layout of important files used in high-throughput sequencing applications, such as FASTQ, BAM, BED, VCF and GFF files.

  • Postgraduate students can receive credit for 6 CaRST hours upon completion of the course. 
  • Undergraduate Students and other researchers are also welcome.

Overview

This is a full day workshop introducing you to the basic layout of important files used in high-throughput sequencing applications, such as fastq, bam, bed, vcf and gff files. In addition we will cover the key areas such as:

  • Assessing the Quality of your data
  • Aligning Reads to a Genome
  • Inspecting Files using Bash
  • Visualising Data
  • Identifying Variants

Prerequisites and co-requisite courses

Attendance at Introduction to Bash, or alternatively prior experience with Bash or an HPC environment.

Dates

No dates for 2019 have been scheduled.

Please contact the Bioinformatics Hub to express your interest in attending the next event.

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