For Estonian scientists the most important facts are:
- https://galaxy.hpc.ut.ee/ will ensure that all the tools covered during the course will be available afterwards at the local instance
- If you register to the Global Galaxy Course, please notify the UT Galaxy team (firstname.lastname@example.org) as well, so you would be informed about future Galaxy events and local developments among the first ones.
- Also, in case you have not used UT Galaxy instance at https://galaxy.hpc.ut.ee before, then please include your UT username (in case you have it) to the email above (email@example.com) so your local Galaxy account can be created.
Galaxy Training event showcasing a wide variety of GTN (Galaxy Training Network) tutorials. This will be an online event, spanning all time zones. All training sessions are pre-recorded, so you can work through them at your own pace, and manage your own time. A large community of GTN trainers will be available via online support to answer all your questions.
The program covers a general introduction to the Galaxy platform, NGS Analysis (DNA-seq and RNA-seq), Proteomics, and also features a Choose your own adventure day on Friday, where we encourage you to explore all the tutorials that the GTN training repository has to offer, and follow those that are of interest to you. The GTN tutorials cover a wide range of scientific topics, from NGS to ecology, climate science, machine learning, visualization, and many more. All the tutorials can be found on the GTN website
When: February 15-19, 2021 (all time zones)
Who: Open for everybody
Format: Virtual event, all training session are pre-recorded, you can work through these at your own pace, with instructors available online for support
Support: Slack Channel (link will be provided here before the course)
Organized by: The Galaxy Training Network (GTN), CINECA, The Galaxy Project, Australian BioCommons, Erasmus Medical Center, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Avans Hogeschool, The Gallantries Project, The GalaxyP Team, The ProteoRE Team, INAB-CERTH, EMBL-EBI, Institute of Surgical Pathology - University Medical Center Freiburg.
More info and registration is available at https://shiltemann.github.io/global-galaxy-course/.
Do not miss the great opportunity!