We are proud to announce that, as result of the collaboration with the Vertebrate Genomes Project (VGP), a new training describing the VGP assembly pipeline is now available in the Galaxy Training Network. The Vertebrate Genomes Project aims to generate high-quality, near-error-free, gap-free, chromosome-level, haplotype-phased, annotated reference genome assemblies for every vertebrate species.Full Story
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- Assembly / Hands-on: Hands-on: Making sense of a newly assembled genome
- Assembly / Hands-on: Hands-on: Unicycler Assembly
- Assembly / Hands-on: Hands-on: VGP assembly pipeline: Step by Step
- Assembly / Hands-on: Hands-on: VGP assembly pipeline - short version
- Using Galaxy and Managing your Data / Hands-on: Hands-on: Use Jupyter notebooks in Galaxy
- Genome Annotation / Hands-on: Hands-on: Essential genes detection with Transposon insertion sequencing
- Assembly / Unicycler Assembly
- Assembly / Deeper look into Genome Assembly algorithms
- Genome Annotation / Essential genes detection with Transposon insertion sequencing
Every 3 months we organise one day dedicated to the GTN community! Thursday, May 20th is the next GTN CoFest. We will be working on the training materials, have discussions with the global Galaxy traning community. Do you teach with Galaxy? Want to learn how to add your tutorial to the GTN? New to the community and just want to learn more? Everybody is welcome!Full Story
This past year has been a struggle for all of us, but one task has become apparent as one of the most time consuming portions of course preparation during a pandemic: Video Production.Full Story