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GTEx Project Community Scientific Meeting

GTEx Project Community Scientific Meeting

July 11, 2016 The 2016 GTEx Project Community Meeting will be held at Stanford University. The meeting will highlight current data sets and types available, various tools being developed for these data types, and results from applying them to the ...

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2015 GTEx Project Community Scientific Meeting

2015 GTEx Project Community Scientific Meeting

Welcome to the third annual GTEx Project Community Meeting! The meeting this year will be held in Chicago at the University of Chicago. The meeting will highlight current data sets and types available, what tools are available, and analysis methods ...

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Leveraging a Cray Supercomputer for Parallel De novo Transcriptome assembly using Trinity

Leveraging a Cray Supercomputer for Parallel De novo Transcriptome assembly using Trinity

The Trinity RNA-Seq de novo assembly software has become a popular application for reconstructing transcriptomes from RNA-Seq in the realms of diverse model and non-model organisms. Trinity involves several software modules (Inchworm, Chrysalis, and Butterfly) that operate in sequence, with ...

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The GATK Best Practices for variant calling on RNAseq

The GATK Best Practices for variant calling on RNAseq

by Geraldine_VdAuwera at GATK Best Practices workflow for RNAseq This workflow is intended to be run per-sample; joint calling on RNAseq is not supported yet, though that is on our roadmap. Please see the new document here for full details ...

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