We are now happy to announce a workshop that may make lives easier for some of you! Registration is now open for our next workshop, entitled ‘An introduction to Snakemake: Writing reproducible bioinformatics workflows‘, which will take place at NTNU in Trondheim, June 12-16 2017. Snakemake is a combination of the languages Python and Make. Python is famous…Continue reading Want to learn how to write reproducible workflows? Join our introduction to Snakemake!
Hold the dates August 28 – September 1 for this year’s summer school; ‘Communicating research by visualisation, illustration and storytelling’. Please look back shortly for more information and registration.
Full program with practical details and a suggested reading list for our next course, ”Bioinformatics for metagenomics and environmental sequencing (Bio9905MERG1)”, is now available here.