Following the success of our recent CloudMET and Metabolomic workflows courses, we are pleased to announce one more workshop (free admission!) on 14th December at Murray Learning Centre, University of Birmingham. This workshop will feature introductory lectures followed by practical sessions where you will be using the PhenoMeNal Gateway to run data-processing and analysis workflows.
What is it?
PhenoMeNal provides training and support to the user community by conducting workshops from time to time. What makes them special is that these workshop are completely interactive. The participants are given hands-on training and course material that you can followup after the workshop. They also have the opportunity to obtain guidance from our team and/or leave feedback via our help desk.
The detailed agenda of the workshop is as follows:
Who is the course for?
This workshop is suitable for early-stage metabolomics researchers as well as experienced bioinformaticians. If you have any questions regarding your eligibility please contact James Bradbury: firstname.lastname@example.org
What our participants have to say?
User feedback is important to us and we are pleased to share that 70% of our participants said that they are likely to adopt PhenoMeNal for their own work (see our blogpost on CloudMet 2017). Here’s what some of our participants say:
- “…me and [my colleague] were really fascinated with [PhenoMeNal] and all the possibilities of using it.”…“As I am analytical chemist, and usually do all statistics by myself, I find Galaxy Phenomenal as perfect, user friendly tool for managing all data properly in short period of time. I will definitely try to use it on my data.”
- “I must say that this was the most useful training/course/summer school that I have ever been.”
- “Thank you for the brilliant organisation, the school was really useful!”
- “I had a wonderful week and I’m already looking at to how best integrate Galaxy and PhenoMeNal into my group’s research.”
Registration and fees
To register click here. Admission to the workshop is free and we will provide free lunch and course material.