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Spend a week with the TACC life sciences computing experts learning the skills necessary to develop and execute life sciences workflows on large-scale systems, run parallel analyses, chain common life sciences applications together to form more complex workflows, and share these workflows with others. Be prepared to take the lessons you learn at TACC back to your own research project with hands-on exercises and one-on-one time with our experts talking about the specifics of your own research project and goals.
Topics covered include:
- Introduction to computational techniques for life sciences computing
- Best practices for navigating and utilizing the high-performance computing environment
- Developing and distributing a life science workflow across many compute nodes
- Ensuring your workflow is reproducible across different computing systems
- One-on-one engagement with experts on your own life science workflows
For more information and access to registration, please visit the following link:
Computational Techniques for Life Sciences
Computational Techniques for Life Sciences July 16-20, 2018. Learn the basic skills necessary to develop and execute life sciences workflows on large-scale systems, run parallel analyses, use Bash and Python to chain common life sciences applications together to form more complex workflows, and analyze result data in order to gain useful insights.
Date: July 16-20, 2018
Time: 8:30am-5:00pm CT
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