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Here are files and links for the bigDATA workshop weekend, May 28-30, 2010:
bigDATA workshop survey
(10 questions about the overall workshop learning experience)
- video and slides of the presentations
Brenda Andrews (University of Toronto)
"The Genetic Landscape of a Cell"
David Walsh (Concordia University)
"Ocean Health: A Case Study for Microbial Systems Ecology"
Phil Hugenholtz (Joint Genome Institute)
"Divide and conquer strategies for metagenomics"
Arthur Brady (University of Maryland)
"Phymm and PhymmBL: Phylogenetic Identification of Metagenomes"
Miguel Fortuna (Princeton University)
"Nestedness and Modularity in Ecological Networks"
Tamara Munzer (University of British Columbia)
"Visualization and Biology: Fertile Ground for Collaboration"
Christian Von Mering (University of Zurich)
"Meta-analysis of published 16S sequences can (re)connect sequenced genomes to their environmental contexts"
Tara Gianoulis (Harvard University)
"Network Dynamics Across Environments: Metabolism and Membrane Proteins"
Robert Beiko (Dalhousie University)
"Geographic and Temporal Analysis of Genomes and Metagenomes"
Angela Norbeck (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
"IMPROV for Data Integration and Visualization"
Jenn and Ken Visocky O'grady (Cleveland State and Kent State University)
"Information Design Dissected"
Martin Krzywinski (Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre)
"bigFIGURES for bigDATA: Creating Information-Rich, Informative and Appealing Genome Data Graphics"
Christian Von Mering -
Simon Eng and David Walsh -
Jennifer Gardy -
Phil Hugenholtz and Kendra Mitchell -
Robert Beiko -
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