Pacbio Bioinformatics Workshop -  Slides from All Presentations

Pacbio Bioinformatics Workshop - Slides from All Presentations

A few days back, we posted the summary and the slides of Gene Myers’ talk at the recent bioinformatics workshop arranged by Pacbio. Readers interested in the remaining talks will find the following slides useful. While reading the slides, you may go to #SMRTBFX hashtag in twitter to find out snippets from the corresponding talks.

We are building an online teaching module (same model as this) on algorithms and programs related to analysis of long noisy reads, and Jason Chin has been gracious enough to help us with it. If you are interested in taking the class, please email ‘pandora at’ and we will let you know, when the module is ready.

SMRT Informatics Developers Conference - Kevin Corcoran, Senior Vice President, Market Development, Pacific Biosciences

Making the Most of Long Reads - Gene Myers, Ph. D., Founding Director, Systems Biology Center, Max Planck Institute

PacBio SMRT Analysis 3.0 Preview - David Alexander, Ph.D.,Pacific Biosciences

Shotgun Presentations

MinHash for Overlapping and Assembly - Sergey Koren, Ph.D., National Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures Center

The Art of Shotgun Sequencing - Jason Chin, Ph.D., Pacific Biosciences

PBHoney: Detecting SVs with Long-Read Sequencing - Adam English, Ph.D., Baylor College of Medicine

Structural Variation with PacBio Data - Ali Bashir, Ph.D., Mount Sinai School of Medicine

The Iso-Seq Method: Transcriptome Sequencing Using Long Reads - Elizabeth Tseng, Ph.D., Pacific Biosciences

CONVEX: De novo Transcriptome Error Correction by Convexification, David Tse, Ph.D., Stanford University

Transcriptome Analysis using Hybrid-Seq - Kin Fai Au, Ph.D., University of Iowa

Understanding Methylome, Metagenome, Structural Variants using SMRT Sequencing - Shinichi Morishita, Ph.D., University of Tokyo

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