Tutorial Details: A Comparison of Gene Expression Measurements from Commercial Microarray Platforms
|Date:||Wednesday, January 26, 2005, 01:00 pm - 03:00 pm|
|Location:||145 Peters Hall - St. Paul Campus/Video Conference|
|Instructor(s):||Professor Karla V. Ballman,|
Genomics has changed the face of life sciences since the first draft of the human genome sequence was released in 2000. Computational tools play an important role in this change. The Supercomputing Institute has some of the most powerful computational genomics software tools available. These tools allow for genomics data acquisition, quality assessment, normalization, statistical analysis, functional annotation, pathway, interaction network, structural genomics, and data management.
This tutorial will overview around 15 of the Institute/.s microarray and pathway genomics software tools and will guide users in accessing these resources.
|Prerequisites:||Basic Microarray Concepts|