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Date: Wednesday 18 April 2018, 16:00 -  17:00 GMT Abstract: Statistical analysis offers powerful approaches to mine complex and high-dimension datasets, find significant features, and build prediction models with high-prediction performance. Due to the high number of methods available, their complex mathematical background, and the potential pitfalls due to biases and overfitting, a good understanding of each step as well as…
The PhenoMeNal consortium is pleased to announce its next round of usability study of its Cloud Research Environment Portal. What is the purpose of the study? The PhenoMeNal Gateway/ Cloud Research Portal is the entry point to an array of useful metabolomics applications, all available through a user-friendly, standard scientific open-source web environments. We use open-source tools…
Venue: Tennis Court Suite, Wellcome Genome Campus -  Hinxton, Cambridge, UK; Date: Wednesday 6 - Friday 8 June 2018 The PhenoMeNal consortium is pleased to announce its next workshop "PhenoMeNal Gateway: Portal to metabolomics data analysis in the cloud" from  6th - 8th June 2018. What is it? This course will provide an introduction to metabolomics data analysis in a cloud…
Date and Time:  Wednesday 4th  April 2018, 14:00 – 15:00 GMT Abstract Ola Spjuth, (Uppsala University), in his webinar on Challenges and Opportunities with Virtual Research Environments, will talk about Virtual Research Environments (VREs) and their application to data analysis. In his presentation, Ola,  will explain the motivation and approach taken by the PhenoMeNal consortium when developing a cloud-agnostic on-demand VRE for metabolomics implemented using…
We are pleased to announce the 2018.02 release “Cerebellin” of the PhenoMeNal infrastructure. The new release is the result of half a year of intense developments and represents a major upgrade to the 2017-08 production release Bucetin. The main features of this release are: Improved usability following extensive User experience tests The Infrastructure has improved stability…
Venue: EMBL-EBI, UK; Organiser: ICL & EMBL-EBI; Date: February 21st, 2018. PhenoMeNal is hosting a half-day workshop on Ethical, Legal and Social Implications (ELSI). The objectives of the workshop are: To understand ELSI issues governing patient data. Security of the PhenoMeNal Infrastructure including GDPR implications. The workshop will showcase lighting talks by Gauthier Chassang (INSERM), Ben Glampson (Imperial College)…
Tryggve 2, is  a project within The Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration (NeIC), consisting of the Nordic countries such as Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark and is hosted by the Nordic ELIXIR nodes. Tryggve develops and facilitates access to secure e-infrastructure for sensitive data, suitable for hosting large-scale cross-border biomedical research studies. With GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)…
Date and Time:  Wednesday 7 February 2018, 16:00 -  17:00 GMT Abstract:  In this webinar, Dr. Timothy Ebbels, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Surgery & Cancer, Imperial College London, will talk on how a typical analysis may benefit from up-scaling to a cloud solution, using a conventional NMR tool, BATMAN and examine how it performs on differing levels of compute resources. The tests were carried…
PhenoMeNal team is looking forward to meeting you at MetaboMeeting 2017, 11-13th December, University of Birmingham, UK.  Visit us for a hands-on session on using Cloud Research Environment (CRE) for data analysis. See schedule below:  
BATMAN: Bayesian deconvolution and quantification of metabolites in complex 1D NMR spectra Bayesian automated metabolite analyzer for NMR (BATMAN) is an open source R-package for estimation of concentration of metabolites from Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectral data. The software uses a Bayesian model of 1D NMR spectra to automatically deconvolve and quantify metabolites in complex mixtures.…