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    Education: Training in Data Integration, Analysis and Visualization at NIH
    Submitted by Vijayaraj Nagarajan; posted on Wednesday, December 06, 2017

    January 9-12, 2018
    National Institutes of Health
    9000 Rockville Pike
    Bethesda, MD, USA
    faes.org/biotech78

    OBJECTIVE

    Data integration is a big problem in biomedical research, especially in the era of NGS data, BigData, "omics", precision medicine etc. Network based approach is one of the interesting and efficient ways to integrate data. This hands-on training will introduce participants to network concepts, data preparation and integration methods, data analysis, exploration and visualization using Cytoscape and other open source tools. The training also includes a one day Bring-Your-Own-Data clinic.

    Hands-on Skills/Tools taught:
    • Data Cleaning and Preparation: Basic Unix
    • Data Cleaning and Preparation: OpenRefine
    • Network Generation: Cytoscape
    • Data Integration: Cytoscape
    • Enrichment analysis: Cytoscape
    • Pathway analysis: Cytoscape
    • Gene Prioritization: Cytoscape
    • Data Exploration: Cytoscape
    • Data Visualization: Cytoscape
    • Large Graph Analysis: Neo4J

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