The [BC]2 Basel Computational Biology Conference will feature a one-afternoon workshop / tutorial session as part of the official conference program. The purpose of the tutorial program is to provide participants with lectures or practical training covering topics relevant to the bioinformatics field. It offers participants an opportunity to learn about new areas of bioinformatics research, to get an introduction to important established concepts, or to develop advanced skills in areas they are already familiar with. Tutorials are scheduled on Tuesday, June 9, 2015, from 14:00 to 18:00, with a half-hour coffee break.
List of Tutorials:
- T1: Practical introduction to SPARQL for biologists and informaticians. Using the real world UniProt and neXtProt databases as illustrative examples
- T2: Statistics and numerics for dynamical modeling
- T3: Large-scale data fusion by collective matrix factorization
- T4: Logical modelling of regulatory networks
- T5: ChIP-Seq data analysis via the web: an introduction to the Nebula, ChIP-seq and signal search analysis servers.
- T6: Human microbiome analysis: computational techniques and challenges