Seminar/Event Detail

UHBBI Workshop series Bioconductor Microarrays Analysis

Date/Time: 20 July 2011, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Speaker: Dongmei Li, Ph.D.
Speaker Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Biostatistics UH Office of Public Health Studies
Venue: UH Manoa TBA
For more info: kyungim [at] hawaii.edu

Description: For microarray data analysis, there will be a two-day workshop. The workshop will focus on the following topics:

  • Preprocessing high-density oligonucleotide arrays and two-color spotted arrays
  • Quality assessment of Affymetrix genechip data and two-color spotted arrays probe-level data
  • Statistical analysis of differential gene expression studies
  • Cluster analysis of genomic data

Each topic includes both short course and computer lab. The free software R and Bioconductor will be used for the short course and the lab.

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NOTE: If you provide your own laptop, R and Bioconductor will need to be installed.

UHBBI workshops are supported by INBRE P20RR016467, COBRE P20RR018727, and RMATRIX U54RR026136.

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