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Call for HELP with teaching GCC2016 Training Topics!

Dave Clements
Hello all,

Most GCC2016 training nominations have now been posted to 
  https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Events/GCC2016/Training

And we ...

Need possible Instructors for ...

Most of those nominations included the nominator as a suggested instructor, but some did not.  Voting doesn't open for another week, but I'd like to start work on identifying instructors for the course we don't have names for:

If you have any interest in teaching, or have ideas on who could teach these topics, please let me know. Potential instructors can update the text of any workshop topic that they take on.


Need a topic description for ...

Finally, we have one topic that we only have a very short description for this workshop nomination:
This topic was nominated by Nobuo Horikoshi (cc'd here).  Nobuo's particular concerns are 

... guidelines strongly recommend biological replicates for ChIP-Seq but handling replicates are not well described/developped in Galaxy yet.  Furthermore, the most common IDR calculation for MACS is not suitable for SICER peak calling.  Therefore, I thought handling biological replicates is practically essential task in Galaxy.

I've asked some folks with a deeper understanding of ChIP-Seq if they could transform Nobuo's description into a workshop description, but so far, no one has embraced that task.

If anyone on this list feels up that task, please let Nobuo and myself know.  It would be nice to have a fuller description up no later than next Monday.


Thanks everyone,

Dave C.


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Re: Call for HELP with teaching GCC2016 Training Topics!

Dave Clements
Hi All,

And this topic
needs a more robust description, and suggested instructors as well.

Thanks,

Dave C.

On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 1:05 PM, Dave Clements <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello all,

Most GCC2016 training nominations have now been posted to 
  https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Events/GCC2016/Training

And we ...

Need possible Instructors for ...

Most of those nominations included the nominator as a suggested instructor, but some did not.  Voting doesn't open for another week, but I'd like to start work on identifying instructors for the course we don't have names for:

If you have any interest in teaching, or have ideas on who could teach these topics, please let me know. Potential instructors can update the text of any workshop topic that they take on.


Need a topic description for ...

Finally, we have one topic that we only have a very short description for this workshop nomination:
This topic was nominated by Nobuo Horikoshi (cc'd here).  Nobuo's particular concerns are 

... guidelines strongly recommend biological replicates for ChIP-Seq but handling replicates are not well described/developped in Galaxy yet.  Furthermore, the most common IDR calculation for MACS is not suitable for SICER peak calling.  Therefore, I thought handling biological replicates is practically essential task in Galaxy.

I've asked some folks with a deeper understanding of ChIP-Seq if they could transform Nobuo's description into a workshop description, but so far, no one has embraced that task.

If anyone on this list feels up that task, please let Nobuo and myself know.  It would be nice to have a fuller description up no later than next Monday.


Thanks everyone,

Dave C.


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Re: Call for HELP with teaching GCC2016 Training Topics!

Dave Clements
Hello all,

An update: We now have interest from several intrepid instructors in teaching:
That leaves:
Any and all suggestions are welcome.  Voting opens Monday.

Thanks,

Dave C




On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 1:14 PM, Dave Clements <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi All,

And this topic
needs a more robust description, and suggested instructors as well.

Thanks,

Dave C.

On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 1:05 PM, Dave Clements <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello all,

Most GCC2016 training nominations have now been posted to 
  https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Events/GCC2016/Training

And we ...

Need possible Instructors for ...

Most of those nominations included the nominator as a suggested instructor, but some did not.  Voting doesn't open for another week, but I'd like to start work on identifying instructors for the course we don't have names for:

If you have any interest in teaching, or have ideas on who could teach these topics, please let me know. Potential instructors can update the text of any workshop topic that they take on.


Need a topic description for ...

Finally, we have one topic that we only have a very short description for this workshop nomination:
This topic was nominated by Nobuo Horikoshi (cc'd here).  Nobuo's particular concerns are 

... guidelines strongly recommend biological replicates for ChIP-Seq but handling replicates are not well described/developped in Galaxy yet.  Furthermore, the most common IDR calculation for MACS is not suitable for SICER peak calling.  Therefore, I thought handling biological replicates is practically essential task in Galaxy.

I've asked some folks with a deeper understanding of ChIP-Seq if they could transform Nobuo's description into a workshop description, but so far, no one has embraced that task.

If anyone on this list feels up that task, please let Nobuo and myself know.  It would be nice to have a fuller description up no later than next Monday.


Thanks everyone,

Dave C.


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Re: Call for HELP with teaching GCC2016 Training Topics!

Björn Grüning
Hi Dave,

On 22.10.2015 19:28, Dave Clements wrote:

We, the deepTools team, can take over this part. We would like to change the title to:

"Quality control and unbiased visualization of ChIPseq data using deepTools and Galaxy."

Main instructor will be Devon Ryan (CC'ed).

Thanks,
Bjoern

Any and all suggestions are welcome.  Voting opens Monday.

Thanks,

Dave C




On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 1:14 PM, Dave Clements <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi All,

And this topic
needs a more robust description, and suggested instructors as well.

Thanks,

Dave C.

On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 1:05 PM, Dave Clements <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello all,

Most GCC2016 training nominations have now been posted to 
  https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Events/GCC2016/Training

And we ...

Need possible Instructors for ...

Most of those nominations included the nominator as a suggested instructor, but some did not.  Voting doesn't open for another week, but I'd like to start work on identifying instructors for the course we don't have names for:

If you have any interest in teaching, or have ideas on who could teach these topics, please let me know. Potential instructors can update the text of any workshop topic that they take on.


Need a topic description for ...

Finally, we have one topic that we only have a very short description for this workshop nomination:
This topic was nominated by Nobuo Horikoshi (cc'd here).  Nobuo's particular concerns are 

... guidelines strongly recommend biological replicates for ChIP-Seq but handling replicates are not well described/developped in Galaxy yet.  Furthermore, the most common IDR calculation for MACS is not suitable for SICER peak calling.  Therefore, I thought handling biological replicates is practically essential task in Galaxy.

I've asked some folks with a deeper understanding of ChIP-Seq if they could transform Nobuo's description into a workshop description, but so far, no one has embraced that task.

If anyone on this list feels up that task, please let Nobuo and myself know.  It would be nice to have a fuller description up no later than next Monday.


Thanks everyone,

Dave C.


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