This practical, hands-on tutorial is designed to give participants experience with ChIP-Seq data analysis using the Galaxy platform. The analysis in this tutorial is typical of experiments using ChIP-Seq data to identify transcription factor binding sites in eukaryotic, high quality genomes.
MSI provides access to approximately 400 software packages. To find out if a particular software package is installed, you can browse or search a list of the software packages that MSI provides under the Help and Documentation section of this website. The MSI webpage includes descriptions of software packages including example usage to help you get started.
The Bell Museum of Natural History, located at the University of Minnesota and founded in 1872, is the state of Minnesota’s natural history museum. As such, it is the leading institution in providing specimen-based documentation on the full spectrum of Minnesota’s biodiversity.
Interactive sessions provide direct access to software modules hosted by MSI. They also provide direct access to all of your group’s data on our MSI-wide network file system. Use interactive sessions to prototype workflows, compile code, edit source and analyze/visualize data. When prototypes are ready to run at scale on our HPC systems, use interactive sessions to connect and submit batch jobs on the HPC resources.
In 2004, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security established the National Center for Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD), headquartered at the University of Minnesota. (In September 2015, the Center was renamed the Food Protection and Defense Institute (FPDI).) One of the agencies with which FPDI works is U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, (CBP) which monitors shipments of food into the U.S. MSI was contacted by FPDI to develop tools that they could use to store and analyze this data.