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Tutorial Details: Biological Contextualization in GeneSpring GX 11

Date: Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 08:30 am - 12:00 pm
Location: 575 Walter
Instructor(s): Application Engineer Elise Chang, Agilent Technologies, Inc., Antoni Wandycz, Agilent Technologies, Inc., Sr. Application Scientist Jean Jasinski, Strand Life Sciences, Ltd.

GeneSpring is one of the most widely used microarray analysis software packages. In addition to many analysis and statistical tools, it provides flexible normalization methods and is powerful for both one-channel and two-channel data analysis. New functions have been added to the new version GeneSpring GX 11 including miRNA, qPCR, Exon, Copy #, and GWAS analyses.

Advanced Session: Biological Contextualization in GeneSpring GX 11

- GO Analysis, GSEA, Pathway Analysis (and Genome Browser, time permitting)

Registration: http://www.agilent.com/chem/bioinformaticstraining

Level:
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of biology and genomics