¿Hablas español?: The first curated tutorial in Spanish!

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Posted on: 20 May 2021 purlPURL: https://gxy.io/GTN:N00012

¡El primer tutorial en español ya está disponible! Galaxy siempre ha tenido tutoriales traducidos automáticamente mediante Google-Translate, ahora nos estamos embarcando en un nuevo proyecto para estudiar la experiencia de aprendizaje con tutoriales en bioinformática traducidos por humanos. Nuestro objetivo es crear un paquete de tutoriales para el análisis de datos single-cell (célula única) en primera instancia, con el fin de estudiar su uso y utilidad en un taller para hablantes nativos de español. Agradecemos enormemente a las nuevas participantes Patricia Carvajal López avatar Patricia Carvajal López y Alejandra Escobar-Zepeda avatar Alejandra Escobar-Zepeda (EMBL-EBI) así como a las miembros existentes de GTN Beatriz Serrano-Solano avatar Beatriz Serrano-Solano (University of Freiburg), Saskia Hiltemann avatar Saskia Hiltemann & Helena Rasche avatar Helena Rasche (Erasmus-MC), por su arduo trabajo en este proyecto de traducción y mantenimiento y, por supuesto, a Wendi Bacon avatar Wendi Bacon (The Open University/EBI) como líder de proyecto.

The first Spanish tutorial is live! Galaxy has always had google-translated tutorials, but we are now embarking on a project to assess the learning experience with human-translated, vs google-translated, bioinformatics tutorials. We are aiming to create a package of tutorials for single-cell analysis, in the first instance, and survey usage and utility in a workshop for native Spanish speakers. A big thanks to new contributors Patricia Carvajal López avatar Patricia Carvajal López and Alejandra Escobar-Zepeda avatar Alejandra Escobar-Zepeda (EMBL-EBI), as well as GTN overlords Beatriz Serrano-Solano avatar Beatriz Serrano-Solano (University of Freiburg), Saskia Hiltemann avatar Saskia Hiltemann & Helena Rasche avatar Helena Rasche (Erasmus-MC), for their hard work on this project from translation to sustainability, and, of course, Wendi Bacon avatar Wendi Bacon (The Open University/EBI) for leading the project!

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