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Webinar: Qlucore Introduction
Learn how to easy analyze and visualize your data using Qlucore Omics Explorer. Qlucore is a program aimed for biologists as well as bioinformaticians. This webinar is an introduction on how easy it can be to present data with plots such us PCA, heatmaps, box plots and many more to get the most out of our data. Webinar begins at 4 pm CET (3 pm GMT, 10 am EST).
Hands-on Training Basic (Step 1)
Free online hands-on training. Learn how to easily analyze your experiment data yourself using Qlucore Omics Explorer. This is an introduction on how you can explore and analyze experiment data using a highly visual and interactive tool in a number of hands-on exercises. You do not need any previous experience with Qlucore Omics Explorer. Course material and a training license will be sent out prior to the course. Training begins at 2 pm CET (1 pm GMT).
Webinar: Statistics and Biomarker Workbench
In this webinar we will present new statistical methods and options that have been added to the statistics dialogue. We will also show how the new Biomarker Workbench makes it possible to run many tests in batch mode and quickly help to identify the most interesting results. Response variables makes it possible to quickly identify correlations between sample annotations, very useful if you have clinical annotations that you would like to investigate. Webinar begins at 4 pm CET (3 pm GMT, 10 am EST).
Webinar: RNA-seq and Single cell data analysis
In this webinar we will show examples on how to work with RNA-seq as well as Single cell data. We will use different public datasets from various sources like 10X Genomics, TCGA and GEO. We will visualize data and interactively work with data using various plot types, like PCA, Heatmaps, t-SNE, Volcano and Box plots. Webinar begins at 4 pm CET (3 pm GMT, 10 am EST).
Webinar: The new Genome Browser with support for ChIP-seq and ATAC-seq data
In this webinar we will show you the improved interface of the Genome browser and how you can work with more data types such as ChIP-seq and ATAC-seq data including peak detection and quantification of peaks. A data matrix of peak data is generated and can be used for visualization and statistical analyses in the standard plots. Webinar begins at 4 pm CET (3 pm GMT, 10 am EST).