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The 2017 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2017) is being held in Montpellier, France, 26-30 June.  GCC2017 will include keynotes and accepted talks, poster sessions, demos, birds-of-a-feather meetups, exhibitors, and plenty of networking opportunities. There will also be three days of pre-conference activities, including hackathons and training. If you work in data-intensive biomedical research, there is no better place than GCC2017 to present your work and to learn from others.

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Type: E.2 Conference - Posters [clear filter]
Thursday, June 29


Break, Sponsors, Posters, and Demos Session Le Corum Poster Session 1: Odd numbers Le Corum P01: Galaxy-docker-ansible Le CorumRuben Vorderman P03: Automated customized deployment Galaxy portal instance in IFB Cloud Computing Le CorumSandrine Perrin P05: The EDAM ontology and its integration into Galaxy Le CorumHervé Ménager P07: myFAIR Analysis: Personal FAIR Data Management and Analysis Le CorumSaskia Hiltemann P09: Wrapping tools: on the shoulders of the GCC community Le CorumValentin Marcon P11: Utility scripts for data manipulation in Galaxy Le CorumSimon Gladman P13: Prioritizing SNPs using the Neo4j Galaxy Interactive Environment Le CorumPeter Van Heusden • Ziphozakhe Mashologu • Lose Thoba P15: The MiModD suite of tools for genetic variant mapping and identification Le CorumWolfgang Maier P17: ProteoRE, a Galaxy-based infrastructure for interpreting and exploring mass spectrometry-based proteomics data Le CorumLien Nguyen P19: A reproducible data analysis environment for next-generation sequencing on public cloud computer Le CorumManabu Ishii P21: Deployment of genome databases for insects using Galaxy Genome Annotation Le CorumAnthony Bretaudeau P23: Detecting somatic de-novo Transposable Element insertions with Galaxy Le CorumMarius van den Beek P25: Galaxy and the full spectrum of needs in a small-scale cancer study Le CorumChristin Lund-Andersen P27: ASaiM: a Galaxy-based framework to analyze raw sequencing data from microbiota Le CorumBérénice Batut P29: Developing a bioinformatics pipeline for optimization of sperm epigenome analysis in mice and men to be used for the identification of epigenetic signatures in sperm associated with environmental perturbat... Le CorumDeepak Tanwar P31: In silico toxicity assessment in cultured rat intestinal cells deduced from cellular impedance measurements and transcriptomics data Le CorumPooja Gupta
Friday, June 30


Break, Sponsors, Posters, and Demos Session Le Corum Poster Session 2: Even numbers Le Corum P02: Pulling Galaxy's Strings Le CorumJeffrey Miller P04: Integration of openBIS - improving metadata management in Galaxy Le CorumAarif Mohamed Nazeer Batcha • Guokun Zhang P06: A Public Galaxy platform @Pasteur used as an execution engine for web services Le CorumFabien Mareuil P08: GEGA: An application for secure access and analysis of EGA data with Galaxy Le CorumDavid Van Zessen P10: ToolDog - generating tool descriptors from the ELIXIR tool registry Le CorumKenzo-Hugo Hillion P12: Integration of Alvis within the OpenMinTeD platform as Galaxy utilities Le CorumMouhamadou Ba • Jean-Baptiste Bohuon P14: Du Novo: a simple, reference-free tool for turning duplex sequencing data into extremely accurate reads Le CorumNick Stoler P16: Galaxy-P rides the Jetstream: Cloud-based multi-omic informatics Le CorumTimothy Griffin P18: Implementation of an interface for exploring molecular diversity by proteogenomics Le CorumYannick Cogne P20: Development and implementation of a transversal NGS & bioinformatics platform at the Belgian Institute of Public Health: Deployment of a Galaxy instance for routine use in a public health setting Le Corum P22: Enhancing the Multi-omics Visualization Platform (MVP) Plug-in for Galaxy-based Applications Le CorumJames Johnson P24: Annotating microRNA isoforms (isomiRs) of non-model organisms to analyze expression levels using a Galaxy workflow Le CorumJochen Bick P26: The Burden of Occupational Cancer in Korea Le CorumMia Son P28: ChemFlow, chemometrics for everybody Le CorumVirginie Rossard P30: Pushing the limits of job flexibility on HPC Le CorumCarrie Ganote P32: An odyssey into Galaxy: Quality control and quality assurance of NGS-based laboratory diagnostic tests offered by Newborn Screening Ontario Le CorumLemuel J. Racacho